Most articles about the algorithms of the multi-armed bandit are too academic. They are filled with formulas and seem to imply that we have an immutable set of handles for pulling and n→∞ attempts. I will try to talk about these algorithms from the point of view of an ordinary developer, taking into account the real conditions in which our iFunny application for recommending memes works.
In this article, we’ll discuss a common mistake beginners make when switching from Java to Kotlin for the first time. I often notice that people who have recently switched from Java to Kotlin become fascinated by its idiomaticity and start using it where they shouldn’t.
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