This week has been about float point numbers, an interaction net runtime, deep learning in Rust, data wrangling in Python and modem handshakes explained.
A deep learning framework written in Rust.
A service decomposing a floating point number into its meaningful parts allowing for changes to see how IEEE 754 arithmetics work.
An article analysing common floating point number problems with a positive lens. You may also be interested in the followup Examples of problems with integers.
An article describing the handshake between two modems.
A pure functional runtime that is lazy, non-garbage-collected and parallel. It uses interaction nets as model of computation.
An article introducing Glom, a Python libary to query and transform nested data structures. It offers a range of utilities such as path-based access, declarative transformations and specifications.