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Silvia Solymosyová has more than to 900,000 followers on TikTok.

As if TikTok dances weren’t hard enough, a 17-year-old swimmer from Slovakia is blowing everyone away with her incredible underwater routines.

Silvia Solymosyová has gone viral on social media for her “artistic swimming.”

The videos, which show off her athleticism and grace, have helped Solymosyová earn over 900,000 followers and 22 million likes on TikTok.

The dance student first gained attention on social media for her gravity-defying twists on songs like Taylor Swift’s “You Belong With Me” and giving tips on how to master some of her underwater skills, like how to stretch for splits.

In an interview with “Good Morning America,” Solymosyová said she has been practicing artistic, or synchronized, swimming since she was 5 years old.

From dancing to running

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The Artistic Way of Programming

May 3, 2020 | programming | No Comments

12 years back, when I started my formal classes in computer science, the first thing I learnt was “data” means “information”. A few days after that, we started conventional programming, where code and data were treated separately. For example, only data can be passed as the functional arguments. It was difficult for me to digest that “code, which is also information, is not treated as data”. I strongly felt that this will increase complexity of softwares in the long run.

A system does three things – read, transform (processing data), write. In other words – the mathematics (the transform part), and the effect of that in real life (the read/write part). The data transformation is indeed a mathematical concept, and with the help of read and write we make the mathematics (the transform part) useful to the real world. Bringing the “transform” part fully inside mathematical domain has its own … Read More