We want to pre-generate the metadata for a set of NFTs that will have several attributes, using mathematical distributions. This metadata has information on the traits of that specific NFT, in this case, each attribute type and the respective value.
Some time ago, we found TypingDNA. It was a different approach to MFA (multi-factor authentication) or SCA (strong customer authentication), and so we got interested in giving it a try between ourselves and see how it works.
After joining Finiam, I started looking more into how I used my keyboard, and how I could become more efficient with it. So I decided to make a heatmap of my keystrokes using Elixir, and then create aliases or easier configurations for things that I identify as the most used with the help of Karabiner-Elements.
With Quantum Computing we are in a similar phase as Engineers and Computer Scientists were in the ’40s or ’50s, developing the first classical computers. I don’t believe that quantum computers can fully replace our classical ones, but they surely will have a major role in our lives in the future, and we are just at the beginning.
A simulation of a game, weather, aerodynamic behavior, or any other action, has intrinsically the same goal - take a peek into the future and see how things will perform in real life. These simulations all require an extent of calculations and variables to take into account, but also a model that will elegantly run through them. Here we’ll see how to use Elixir and the Actor Model in an example simulation.