Just before lunch, I reminded this humble blog is achieving its fifth anniversary this day, March 20. A lot of nice stuffs have happened since the beginnings five years ago and I am happy that something that started just as a manner to keep me interested in evolutionary computation could achieve some nice "results", such as the history of evolution strategies post
and the publication of a post of mine on the ACM newsletter SIGevolution
(Grazie, Pier Luca!).
Along all these years I made some new friends on the blogosphere -- most of them I have never met in person, but I am pretty sure they exist indeed :-) -- and I profound regret any mistake I may have committed to some of them at a given moment.
Despite the blog has been operating on an irregular posting basis, there are nice posts for the coming months. Just stay tuned! :)
Thank you so much for your visits after all these years!
Labels: Anniversary, Birthday, Evolutionary Algorithm, Five Years, History, Old School, Pier Luca Lanzi, Simulated Evolution