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Data scientist with a PhD degree in Physics. Interested in new technologies in machine learning, Big Data and a present-day hardware (latest GPUs and parallel computing).

Author of the named blog on various science and technology related stuff.

Software engineer / Founder @ re:data consulting.


Mar
20
awarded  Curious
Oct
30
asked Usage of the argv[0]
Aug
22
revised Types in Lisp and Scheme
added scheme tag
Aug
22
suggested approved edit on Types in Lisp and Scheme
Jul
31
revised Permutation tests for large sequences
fixed link
Jul
31
suggested approved edit on Permutation tests for large sequences
Apr
24
awarded  Benefactor
Apr
18
awarded  Promoter
Jan
10
awarded  Good Question
Dec
18
awarded  Yearling
Dec
2
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
24
awarded  Suffrage
Nov
10
comment Does facebook store multiple password hashes for each user?
@grahamparks: I don't think that's what they do. I tried some random capitalization and it didn't work.
Nov
10
comment Does facebook store multiple password hashes for each user?
Storing passwords as a hashes is a necessary security step, but after such info I have doubts about that they even hash the passwords.
Nov
10
comment Does facebook store multiple password hashes for each user?
Regarding the question: why do you think they store hash?
Jul
23
awarded  Civic Duty
Jun
11
revised Auto functions in c++
improved formatting
Jun
11
suggested approved edit on Auto functions in c++
May
28
awarded  Fanatic
May
21
comment A programming language that allows you to define new limits for simple types
@zxcdw: Yes, Ada was the first language (as I know) which has built in support for such "types". Named constrained data types.