Here's a thingie I've been playing around with that seems like it would suit quite a few use cases: https://github.com/lovasoa/highs-js/ -- An open source high performance MILP and QP optimization solver in 2 MB of Wasm for easy client-side use!
If I mixed up the semantics of usernames and passwords, I'd expect it to be an automatic audit fail, yet that's exactly the level of quality we've come to expect from the Danish state authentication system, where all Danes, including the most tech-illiterate, are expected to know to choose password-like usernames.
Fun little hack: The Danish COVID-19 tracking data is a bit annoying to fetch automatically, so why not handle the annoying parts with a scheduled GitHub Action and expose the result as a GitHub Page to improve general accessibility:
Speculation in this corner of the world that current RSV case number surge is caused by lower-than-usual exposure during last season, but number of confirmed cases last season doesn't seem like much of an outlier; what gives?
Would be nice to include "severity", but data is lacking. Death counts available but vary too greatly to make much sense of trends (30 day means below).
Number of patients in intensive care/ventilator available in https://e.infogram.com/b5440817-7280-49e3-888b-576543de8868?src=embed&parent_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.dr.dk%2Fnyheder%2Findland%2Fstatus-paa-coronavirus-lige-nu -- trends mostly similar.
As we move into infection season, a look at the trends in COVID hospital admission count compared to same time last year.
New blog post: Burau and the infinite parking garage.
On a fun open problem in mathematics, easy to explain and implement an algorithm for, deceptively hard to find the solution to.