Java is great, but its need for class loaders means it's somewhat hard to add code at runtime.
In fact, in JavaX, we write and ship only source code; all compilation is done on the fly.
We can pretty much do the "holy trinity": maximum speed, complete freedom of assembly and compact code size—all at once.
Also, JavaX has "zero-effort deployment": Every new line of code you write anywhere is available everywhere immediately. (If you want that.)
As proof for JavaX's elegance, here's the 27 lines source code of the module on the right.
I have the greatest dreams... then I wake up to a rather lame reality. How is that even possible?
OS becomes a Cluster OS.
(Meaning, you can treat 3 PCs as one.)
I promised—and I delivered :)
(This is an example of how even the smallest facial expressions can be used for making a better user interface.)
Bad audio, good content.
Hamburg. Hoping to prepare a fully intelligent machine until then :D
Another one day project. OK, maybe two... I'm squeezing some other AI things in.
1 view on the latest video? Really?
Now things get real.
Who says you need Google for everything?
...of the good kind. In fact, you are part of it right now.
I propose to use asymmetric cryptographic keys for testifying that a certain thing actually happened.
In JavaX, making a public+private key pair is just a single function call:
...which means we can have as many key pairs as we like.
For example, you can use one specific key (or multiple) to sign your personal quotes. The signed data will speak for itself if one knows that the key is yours.
On October 3rd 2018, I truly said: Oh screw this! Edgar the 3rd himself sig: MC0CFQCWUB9j0c+8e8wagTNmMXs/cq7tuAIUEoXOBbRvw343wOdunTY47rKrUDE= signer: publickey:MIIBtzCCASwGByqGSM44BAEwggEfAoGBAP1/U4E [...] F9Kg=
Thanks to Andrzej for video production!