Kiko Fernandez Reyes

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PhD student and main lecturer of the course Advanced Software Design at Uppsala University, Sweden.

I am a PhD student with strong moral ethics. I believe that education and knowledge should be free for everyone. For this reason, I created a website where I will be publishing books and you can read them online for free. The printed version is cheap but I have added a few bucks to pay for the domain name and other expenses introduced while producing the books.


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Thank you so much! You will receive your DRM-free ePub copy at the beginning of 2019.

Things are kind of slow on this end. My son keeps me busy and I find difficult to fine time to continue writing the book. I also published a conference paper and I need to prepare a presentation. This paper has received the best paper award in the conference, so happy :) Thanks to everyone who helped to shape the final idea

All these pull requests are just a way to show that it is easy to contribute to an open source project even if you just read the recap section of my book :)

I have created a new pull request to the project pyUmbral that makes a correction to their API from @staticmethod to @classmethod. I have high hopes that they merge this request since they acknowledge that it should have been a @classmethod in the previous pull request. The pull request can be found here: github.com/nucypher/pyUmbral/pull/113

The people behind pyUmbral thought that they were not ready to accept such change and theybelieve that they need to think about their architecture and other changes before accepting my pull request, found here:  github.com/nucypher/pyUmbral/pull/105

With just the information from the recap chapter, I was able to propose a pull request for PyUmbral, a threshold proxy re-encryption scheme that powers the NuCypher KMS network! Check out the conversations here: github.com/nucypher/pyUmbral/pull/105

I have finished a draft version of object-oriented programming concepts which covers classes, objects, inheritance and interfaces. Soon I will finish the abstract and parametric classes and lambdas and the draft on that chapter will be finished :)

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