I cut out 95% of BaseParadigm to make Zomu, a Kotlin library for compact binary content identifiers.
The name is an acronym for the main bit of metadata on it: Zero One Many or Unknown. Most content IDs just support addressing one chunk. One primary advantage of Zomu is support for sets, literals, and nulls!
I'm hoping this could advance high-level scripting over decentralized linked data sets.
Facial recognition in stores 😶 a scorecard, and petition
Why do I feel like I'm the only person who would say to a recruiter at Facebook that I do not want to work for a company that consistently makes immoral business decisions?
I do get why engineers might be tempted to work there. They've made great contributions to open source, for one. But I just can't understand how they attracted that talent. I have been disgusted with Facebook for a solid 15 years.
Also, how many times do I have to tell them?