Happy New Year, Code Wolfpack, and welcome back to the Decentralizing the Database series. If you missed the previous two parts in this, I’d definitely recommend catching up with Part 1 and Part 2. Today we’re going start off right where we left off, and venture into somewhat unchartered terrain in the world of computing: the unification of time and space.
Recaps of every session.
Merry Christmas, Code Wolfpack! Today we’re going to focus on a new algorithm that is a twist on an existing approach. The Double-Ratchet Protocol, created by Signal for the purpose of securing two-party conversations has seen wide-scale adoption by many messengers, and for good reason: it provides a great deal of advantages previous approaches did not, in the form of future and perfect forward secrecy. In this session, we will review exactly how the Double-Ratchet Protocol works, and how we will generalize this into the multi-party case. Fasten your seatbelts, we’re flying into some bumpy math.
Good morning and Merry Christmas, Code Wolfpack! (And a special good morning to the folks reading this from the .NET Advent Calendar!) For those who have followed along with the Code Wolfpack series on Twitch, you’ll know there has been quite a gulf between the broadcasts and the posts on here. This is no coincidence — I have been working very hard on getting things put together for the Decentralizing the Database series, which we’re kicking off today with this special edition post.
Good evening, Code Wolfpack! Welcome to our advanced track, where we focus on features that require a combination of cross-cutting aspects to bring to fruition. Today’s case: QR Sign-in!