What I found interesting this time

by: Artur Dziedziczak

May 5, 2024

Not much this week due to my trip to France

I actually started a new blog where I’ll log my travels. I had been thinking about it for quite some time, but I never invested time in it

Finally, it’s time to change that. I have already been to so many places, and this year, because we plan to camp more, the travel blog seems like a good idea

“What You Need to Know about Modern CSS (Spring 2024 Edition),” n.d. https://frontendmasters.com/blog/what-you-need-to-know-about-modern-css-spring-2024-edition/

Long blog post about CSS features which are worth knowing for 2024.
I had no idea about most of them. I guess this full-stack development does not make me a better web developer.
#css #frontend

“A Practical Guide to Diffusion Models,” n.d. https://selflein.github.io/diffusion_practical_guide

Simple article which shows how basic diffusion models are built.
Basically, you have two processes. The Forward process adds noise to the data until the original data is not distinguishable from the noise. The second is a backward process which starts from noise and then, step by step try to restore the data.
I wonder if the same techniques apply for images.
#diffusion #math

“Learning Is Hard But Don’t Give Up,” n.d. https://jenkov.com/tutorials/software-as-career/learning-is-hard.html

Do you feel stupid while learning new things? If so, this article is for you.
I have a similar approach to the author while learning new things. Usually, I pick up a book about some topic and if this does not allow me to understand something, I gradually either re-read the same book or check other sources.
Really interesting article.
#reading #books #learning