The jumping off point for exploring quantum computing is to understand that while many of the principles are counterintuitive, the classical universe we know and love is but a mere shadow of the quantum fabric of reality. To get a feel for that fundamental difference we will walk through an example that helps to illustrate the power of quantum computation.
To move this technology forward, the tools and platforms surrounding it must become more accessible.
Digital identity is the online representation of a person, organization, or a machine, and it is what gives us access to the data we use daily. Here’s a brief overview of identity, why it's vital to information security, and why you should know more about it.
Two engineers at Salesforce talk about how they decoupled a complex library from old spaghetti logic, then open sourced that library by creating a new internal process where none existed before.
The React community grew organically thanks to its instant popularity. Here's how the folks shepherding that community ensure that everyone who wants to contribute is welcome to.
While most news about the 3D printing industry focuses on advancement in hardware and materials, software has played a crucial role in the democratization of 3D printing. Companies like Shapeways have delivered software to generate 3D files, prepare and optimize them for printing, and manufacture and distribute.
We go behind the scenes with two developers who create the coding questions for the annual Hacker Cup.
It’s rare that we get a chance to directly compare two technologies against each other for the same task. But sometimes the stars align, either because you start experiencing negative effects from your current stack, new technology appears that meets your exact needs, or the scale and feature set of your project outpaced the tech on hand.