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49. Giving up on assembly language was the apple in our Garden of Eden: Languages whose use squanders machine cycles are sinful. The LISP machine now permits LISP programmers to abandon bra and fig-leaf.— Alan J. Perlis
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Tag Archives: Supercomputing
Posting up my notes from SC13 is another thing I didn’t get to during the end of the semester. Remedying now. The main takeaway sequence from conversations on the floor is as such: The era of single-core performance gains is … Continue reading
I will be at SC’13 November 16-21 with the aggregate.org/University of Kentucky research exhibit again this year in booth 629. Media and impressions should appear somewhere in my ‘net presence during and after the conference, it is always a good … Continue reading
I’ve got my pictures from the event up in an album in google’s cloud. Here are the big, cool things I learned on the floor or at the various evening events: Xeon Phi. Xeon Phi everywhere. Intel may have backed … Continue reading
I will be at SC12 November 10-16, with the Aggregate.org/University of Kentucky exhibit in booth 631. I will be posting pictures and impressions through at least one of my online presence mechanisms . I fully expect it to be weird … Continue reading