OpenBKZ – alpha v0.4.6 – Released!

It’s been a while since I released a new version of OpenBKZ, and I think it is about time. Oh, and I made a logo! Unfortunately, as many of you know I haven’t been able to work on OpenBKZ as much as I would like recently. However, as the semester (of my senior year!) of […]

Abstract Libraries in Go

Go is by far one of my favorite programming languages to program in. In many ways, Go is a bridge between worlds, we have Python and Ruby dominating most scripting and C, C++, Java for doing heavy lifting (I grant you there are other languages just naming a few). The issue with C, C++, Java […]

A website in Go

In order to improve bkz (A book recommendation algorithm my friend and I are working on) we decided to build a website entirely in Go (Github). Although this statement is simple, the challenge is definitely foreboding. Challenges: There is a fair amount of documentation on Go, but it is still young! The recent update to Go […]