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Just fella trying to make my way through the Kiwiverse.
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2021
Aug 27, 2021
Aug 27, 2021
Proud to be apart of a new proposal to the Cardano Cataylst fund on new ways of financing ideas using risk adjusted bonding curves! if you have an account on Ideascale check it out! https://cardano.ideascale.com/a/dtd/Retroactive-Project-Funding-SDK/369011-48088
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Aug 16, 2021
Aug 16, 2021
Having been involved with cardano's catalyst eastern community. I decided to take it upon myself to try and get people of different ethnicities involved in the governance process.

This meant finding a platform that tried to bring different languages together and making the english content translated for different languages.

I came across crowdin and integrated the beginning of a collection of translated documents for all. Those that wish to volunteer in translating or proof-reading  for there respective languages and want to contribute can!

translator: https://crwd.in/catalyst-eastern-hemisphere-do
Proof-reader: https://crowdin.com/project/catalyst-eastern-hemisphere-do/invite?d=l66555j6m4u627c3n4g3f3b3p4
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Aug 16, 2021
Aug 16, 2021
I was trying to figure out how Haskell was evaluating a recursive function on lists and a great way to visualize was to use finite state machines.

A very basic one at best, but it really made the recursion a lot clearer.
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Aug 13, 2021
Aug 13, 2021
Learning more about how Haskell evaluates lists []. by visualizing a spine tree and counting down the elements before it reaches an empty list.

I also learnt the different between WHNF (Weak head normal form) & NF (Normal form) as it play a critical role in how Haskell evaluates functions and values. An interesting concept I will hope to have stuck in my head one day...…comfortably.
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Aug 12, 2021
Aug 12, 2021
Content Creator, Yumi & AI
Aug 12, 2021
Aug 12, 2021
I'm super excited to check out Polywork as one of the first early adopters. Oh and btw IO is by far the most superior of the AI-Assistants! 🔥 😎 🤖
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