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This course covers fundamental algorithms for efficient analysis of biological sequences and for building evolutionary trees. This is an undergraduate course focusing on the ideas and concepts behind the most central algorithms in biological sequence analysis. Dynamic Programming, Alignment, Hidden Markov Models, Statistical Analysis are emphasized.
 
The great Yuri Gurevich, mathematician, computer scientist and inventor of abstract state machines, will teach us about algorithms beginning with this introductory lecture that includes plenty of historical context. This is the first in a series of lectures exploring the fundamental logic that powers all that we as software engineers and computer scientists do in computing--the algorithm. What is an algorithm, exactly? You may be surprised to learn that this is actually not a very simple que ...
 
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In this episode, Conor and Bryce talk to Chandler and Patricia. Chandler finishes telling us about his career path leading up to Google and then we talk about interviewing, leadership and much more. About the Guests: Chandler Carruth leads the C++, Clang, and LLVM teams at Google, building a better language with better diagnostics, tools, compilers…
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce talk to Chandler and Patricia and Chandler tells us about his career path leading up to Google. About the Guests: Chandler Carruth leads the C++, Clang, and LLVM teams at Google, building a better language with better diagnostics, tools, compilers, optimizers, etc. Previously, he worked on several pieces of Google’s…
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce talk to Sean Parent about some of his Steve Jobs stories. About the Guest: Sean Parent is a principal scientist and software architect for Adobe Photoshop. Sean has been at Adobe since 1993 when he joined as a senior engineer working on Photoshop and later managed Adobe’s Software Technology Lab. In 2009 Sean spent …
 
Football has transformed from a grassroots game people played in the streets with a pig bladder, to an international, multi-billion-dollar game operating under a multi-national organisation. It's slick, it's corporate, but it's also grassroots and gritty. In the many meanings of the game, some of them seem to contradict, yet are still considered va…
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce talk to Sean Parent about MacHack and how he got hired at Apple. About the Guest: Sean Parent is a principal scientist and software architect for Adobe Photoshop. Sean has been at Adobe since 1993 when he joined as a senior engineer working on Photoshop and later managed Adobe’s Software Technology Lab. In 2009 Sean…
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce talk to Sean Parent about a plethora of topics including slides, UI and more. About the Guest: Sean Parent is a principal scientist and software architect for Adobe Photoshop. Sean has been at Adobe since 1993 when he joined as a senior engineer working on Photoshop and later managed Adobe’s Software Technology Lab.…
 
Marquise Richards (also known as @MarquiseDavon) is an Activist, Educator and Multi-Media Practitioner and in this episode, we talk through his creative reasoning, why he does what he does and how he pairs his work with his political activism. Find Marquise on Instagram, DearRDG, Rational Anger Podcast and This is We. Find ME and the podcast on soc…
 
In this episode, Conor and Bryce talk about maximum consecutive ones and a missing reduction algorithm. Date Recorded: 2021-05-12 Date Released: 2021-05-14 Godbolt Solution Thrust and the C++ Standard Algorithms - Conor Hoekstra - GTC 2021 ADSP Episode 20: GTC 2021 Preview & Thrust Algorithms Max Consecutive Ones Leetcode Problem thrust::reduce thr…
 
In this episode, Conor has a conversation with Ben Deane and Tony Van Eerd while at C++Now 2021. About the Guests: For Ben Deane, C++ wasn’t even among the first 10 languages that he learned on his programming journey, but it’s been the one that has paid the bills for the last 20-odd years. He spent most of that time in the games industry; many of …
 
On March 31st, 2021, the UK government published a report which claimed institutional racism no longer existed in British Society. Interested by this bold conclusion, I reviewed the report, uncovering a bubbling disdain for academic rigour, qualitative data and the people who the report researches. In this episode, I go through my findings of the r…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about a class of algorithms called anamorphisms (and much more). Date Recorded: 2021-04-17 Date Released: 2021-04-30 Tristan Brindle’s Tweet Tristan’s flow library Catamorphisms wiki Anamorphisms wiki Haskell’s group Haskell’s groupBy C++20 std::views::split Range-v3 sliding Range-v3 chunk Range-v3 group_by APL…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about their favorite tech TV shows and more. Date Recorded: 2021-04-17 Date Released: 2021-04-23 The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Gilmore Girls Conor’s Muffin Tweet Silicon Valley Halt and Catch Fire Mr. Robot Devs Parcs & Rec Parcs & Rec Cones of Dunshire Scene Black Mirror Altered Carbon Sense8 Firefly Stargate West…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about galaxy brain programming languages and programming paradigms. Date Recorded: 2021-04-03 Date Released: 2021-04-16 Galaxy Brain Programming Languages blog post Four Languages from Forty Years Ago - Scott Wlaschin Power of Composition - Scott Wlaschin CppCast Episode 242 is AWESOME! (first code_report blog …
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor give a preview of their GTC 2021 talks and talk about some Thrust algorithms. Date Recorded: 2021-04-03 Date Released: 2021-04-09 GTC 2021 - Register for FREE Concepts vs Traits vs Typeclasses vs Protocols - Conor Hoekstra - ACCU 2021 Algorithms as a Tool of Thought // Conor Hoekstra // APL Seeds ‘21 Bryce’s 1st GTC…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about getting started in tech. Date Recorded: 2021-02-06 Date Released: 2021-04-02 Category Theory for Programmers - Bartosz Milewski Eric Niebler’s range-v3 library C++Now 2021 Research: The Average Age of a Successful Startup Founder Is 45 boost::algorithm::split Demo of Conor’s 2012 Technical Stock Screening…
 
In this episode, we finish part two of our interview with Sean Parent! About the Guest: Sean Parent is a principal scientist and software architect for Adobe Photoshop. Sean has been at Adobe since 1993 when he joined as a senior engineer working on Photoshop and later managed Adobe’s Software Technology Lab. In 2009 Sean spent a year at Google wor…
 
In this episode, we have our first guest - Sean Parent! About the Guest: Sean Parent is a principal scientist and software architect for Adobe Photoshop. Sean has been at Adobe since 1993 when he joined as a senior engineer working on Photoshop and later managed Adobe’s Software Technology Lab. In 2009 Sean spent a year at Google working on Chrome …
 
In this episode, we wrap up part two of our two part macro episode. Date Recorded: 2021-02-20 Date Released: 2021-03-12 Boost PreProcessor Original J Source Code Boost Wave Boost Phoenix HPX Intro Song Info Miss You by Sarah Jansen https://soundcloud.com/sarahjansenmusic Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported — CC BY 3.0 Free Download / Stream…
 
In this episode, Bryce gushes about his love for macros and tries to convince Conor why they are amazing. Date Recorded: 2021-02-20 Date Released: 2021-03-05 Boost PreProcessor C++ consteval Boost PreProcessor Data Types BOOST_PP_EXPAND REPL - Read Eval Print Loop BOOST_PP_INC Implementation BOOST_PP_BOOL Implementation THRUST_PP_DISPATCH Intro Son…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about inclusive terminology. Date Recorded: 2021-02-13 Date Released: 2021-02-26 Words Matter: Why We Should Put an End to “Grandfathering” Writing inclusive documentation Lex Fridman Podcast #160 - Brendan Eich std::colony Proposal Intro Song Info Miss You by Sarah Jansen https://soundcloud.com/sarahjansenmusi…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about how awesome Microsoft Excel is! Date Recorded: 2021-02-13 Date Released: 2021-02-19 Microsoft Excel Hoogle Translate filter (Excel 2003 color palette) Hoogle Translate scan (full Excel 2003 color palette) GOTO 2016: Pure Functional Programming in Excel - Felienne Hermans Simon Peyton Jones - Elastic sheet…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about parentheses, formatting, ClangFormat and more. Date Recorded: 2021-01-27 Date Released: 2021-02-12 ES.41: If in doubt about operator precedence, parenthesize RAPIDS cuDF ClangFormat config file Leading commas article (aka Abrahams comma) Clang-Format C++Now 2017: Tony Van Eerd “Postmodern C++” (90 min ver…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about standard libaries, open source libraries and more. Date Recorded: 2021-01-24 Date Released: 2021-02-05 C++ Standard Library Python Standard Libary Python Built-in Functions Python argparse Python itertools Python more-itertools Alex Stepanov Papers C++TO April 2019: Jon Kalb “C++ Today” (Include History o…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor complete the naming trilogy and talk about some of the most important questions in tech - indicated by the title. Date Recorded: 2021-01-27 Date Released: 2021-01-29 CppCast Episode with Guy Davidson Conor’s tweet as Guy about predicates std::vector::empty() std::is_empty() std::filesystem::is_empty() cudf::device_s…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor wrap up the std::move_only_function saga and continue their discussion on naming. Date Recorded: 2021-01-09 Date Released: 2021-01-22 C++ std::partition Clojure partition filter across languages C++20 views::filter Haskell filter An example of D’s amazing docs any_invocable Proposal C++ Coroutines std::accumulate st…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about naming and the std::move_only_function saga. Date Recorded: 2021-01-09 Date Released: 2021-01-15 Algorithm Intuition - C++Now Concepts vs Typeclasses vs Traits vs Protocols - Meeting C++ 2020 Tweet about Gilad Bracha Talk Gilad Bracha - A Slice Through the History of Programming Languages Gilad Bracha - A…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about the highlights of 2020. Date Recorded: 2020-12-26 Date Released: 2021-01-08 CppCon 2020 Program CppCon 2020 YouTube Videos C++20 Prague ISO Committee Video Jon Lakos’ Large Scale C++ Arthur Whitney k Programming Language Programming Languages Virtual Meetup SICP - Structure and Interpretation of Computer …
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about the goals of the podcasts, highlights of 2020 and what's new with Fortran. Date Recorded: 2020-12-26 Date Released: 2020-01-01 Giovanni Van Bronckhorst long shot goal vs Uruguay Pacific++ 2018: Sean Parent "Generic Programming" https://fortran-lang.org/ First year of Fortran-lang The Fortran Programming L…
 
Neoliberalism is a socio-economic model that exists everywhere, but what happens when it exists inside a media text that is set in a world that has been destroyed by nuclear war? Well, I go to town explaining what that's a thing and how it's a problem because lets be honest, we treat money like it's magical. Find ME and the podcast on socials: Twit…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor have a "casual Christmas chat". Date Recorded: 2020-12-20 Date Released: 2020-12-25 1979 Turing Award Paper - Notation as a Tool of Thought Schönfinkel 1924 Paper on Combinatory Logic Schönfinkel & Curry Swans Maxwell Newman Dyalog APL APL Commute Glyph APL Reverse Glyph APL Trasponse Glyph APL Reverse First Glyph S…
 
THE ESSAY THAT STARTED THIS PODCAST: R.W. Connell's* theory of Hegemonic Masculinity argues that men exert their power in society through the expression of patriarchy to control the people through ideology. I take this argument, support it with Stuart Hall's Decoding principal and argue that it's so influential as an ideology, that when feminist wo…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about how many programming languages you should learn, why Haskell and APL are worth learning, and how to get your "scan eyes". Date Recorded: 2020-12-13 Date Released: 2020-12-18 Ben Deane's tweet Ben Deane's blog post "Six languages worth knowing" Michael Park's Advent of Code 10A in AWK Conor's Advent of Cod…
 
Clubhouse is a new, invite and audio-only social media platform that was popularised by celebrities and media professionals who flocked to the platform as it went into a beta-release. Featuring on Twitter daily for the shenanigans people get themselves into this episode talks about my findings and experiences on the app so far. Having gotten access…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about Scrabble, DAWGs and TSTs. Date Recorded: 2020-12-06 Date Released: 2020-12-11 1988 Scrabble [DAWG] Paper - The Worlds's Fastest Scrabble Program TI-BASIC Andrew Appel SML/NJ (Standard ML of New Jersey) SML (Standard ML) ML (Meta Language) Ternary Search Tree Boost Spirit Yacc and Bison parser generators I…
 
Going through the archive this week, I've come good on a promise to share with you a previously unreleased, juicy portion of content by Eeds Mckenzie, Co-Host of Don't Alert the Stans Podcast and Host of AndWithTech, UX/UI Designer and overall tech fanatic. We talk about Tiktok, social media and surveillance, Ruha Benjamin's Race After Technology a…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about each of their favorite data structures. Date Recorded: 2020-11-28 Date Released: 2020-12-04 C++ | Containers OCaml | Containers Java | Collections Python | Collections Kotlin | Collections Scala | Collections Rust | Collections Go | Collections Haskell | Collections TS | Collections Ruby | Collections JS …
 
Thank you to everyone who's listened over the past eight months. This episode reacts to the Spotify Unwrapped News, Warns you about Porn Bots and tells you what episodes are to come throughout December and January. Music by Amine Maxwell: Lovely Shared under Creative Commons 3.0 licencing agreement. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/om…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor revisit std::transform_reduce and other unfinished topics from Episode 0. Date Recorded: 2020-11-22 Date Released: 2020-11-27 NVIDIA NVIDIA Github RAPIDS.ai RAPIDS cuDF Github Python pandas std::transform_reduce std::inner_product thrust::transform_reduce thrust::inner_product Haskell zipWith A Plan for C++23 Ranges…
 
On Wednesday I was inspired by a wave of overflowing nostalgia felt by a Twitter thread talking about the social media that got us into social media. For myself and many others, Habbo Hotel was the platform who deserved that title and in response I've made this episode, reminiscing on the character building, bank account emptying time I got scammed…
 
In this episode, Bryce and Conor talk about each of their respective favorite algorithms. Date Recorded: 2020-11-14 Date Released: 2020-11-20 TLB Hit (our rival podcast) Magic Read Along Podcast C++Now 2019 - Algorithm Intuition std::transform_reduce std::inner_product Haskell's outerProduct boost::algorithm::split Superior String Splitting Sean Pa…
 
DISCOURSE is the show that looks at media texts and talks about them but without all the media theory. This week, I crack open a small conversation into Fallout 4's Factions: The Institue, The Brotherhood of Steel, The Railroad and The Minutemen to ask; what do they have in common, what sets them apart and what can I take from my own presence withi…
 
DISCOURSE is the media show that talks about media. It's low budget, rambly and all about talking about talking. This episode is all about Netflix's Snowpiercer; a socio-political commentary that looks at the world through a dystopian class struggle, but undoes all of the important socialist commentary to advocate for authoritarianism ...FOR CONTEN…
 
Thank you so much to everyone who took part in the weekly polls, who used this podcast in your own discussions and for tuning in! This episode will be the last before a short break, so make sure to keep an eye on me on Twitter, Vero and Youtube for the latest updates and releases! Twitter: https://twitter.com/ACMOAPod Vero https://vero.co/omaralley…
 
*Re-UPLOADED* Women, Queer and Ethnic Minority voices are frequently touted to be ignored in media representation. But what are the gripes these groups have? In this episode, I outline these arguments and which demographic they are drawing the biggest comparison to, their main arguments and skirt precariously close to hitting an SJW bingo. Credits:…
 
In the second of a three part mini-series on representation, we look at the police as a state body and why media representation matters to them and by extension, other state bodies as a part of a hegemonic cultural and pollical power in a culture made of algorithms, a podcast that takes a look at our media consumption, the culture it produces and t…
 
Salutations Listener. Sorry I kept saying 'As such' and apologises to Kay and Skittles for calling you Key and Skittle. Everyone else whos name I got wrong, you get a smaller sorry. So this week we move into the final mini-series of the season, opening a dialogue around representation and why people even give a hoot about it. But because media repr…
 
Shock Algorithms are loosely defined as pieces of code which show users of a platform distressing content. This is based on a belief that distressing content forces an emotional response from a user and thus, keeps them engaging with the platform longer. And as user engagement is vital to a platforms business sustainability, shock algorithms seem l…
 
In the relationship between producers and their audiences, the role of the consumer is regularly undermined. So in this episode, I address four different ways we as consumers have, can and continue to exercise our consumer power. This episode uses the work of Dan Laughey, Abraham Maslow, Elihu Katz, Paul Lazarsfeld, Joseph Klapper and John Fiske as…
 
Is owning so 1700's? Well with the 'as a service' industries growing into the transport, retail, real estate, gaming and entertainment spaces, the question might be yes. However, not everyone will take this trend of having corporations eroding their stake on the products they buy without a fight. So in this episode, I explore the debate around medi…
 
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