Template type deduction can cause issues, like when you need to change keys of a map or set. But there is a neat way to avoid type deduction using type_identity. Our question for you is how to clearly signal this usage in the code.
Have you looked at Ruby objects lately? A framework-agnostic gem called dry-monads offers useful monads like Maybe, Try, and Result to help clean up your code.
Cryptographic keys are critical assets for data exchange and should be protected as such. Exponential key exchange, also known as Diffie Hellman, made great strides in secure key exchange. Elliptical Curve Diffie-Hellman (ECDH) takes key security a step further, using elliptical curves instead of pseudo-random number generators.
A little known data structure called suffix trees could be the most important data structure for string processing. Using "bananas" in an example, we reveal the inner workings of the suffix tree and show how useful it is for speed when performing intensive queries on large data sets.
As more and more important decisions are made by statistical algorithms, it is essential that they approximate the human concept of fairness. A new approach called counterfactual fairness, like a highly-structured, rigorous form of affirmative action, may be the answer.