Monthly Archives: September 2012

AMD Steamroller

Perhaps some of you expected more coverage on upcoming CPUs on this blog, given the history regarding AMD’s Bulldozer. But well, there hasn’t been too much to report on, really. I did a short thing on Trinity/Piledriver, but there was … Continue reading

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More thoughts…

Shortly after I wrote the previous blog, someone pointed out another programming blog, similar in nature to Mike Taylor’s. This is “Programming in the twenty-first century” by James Hague, a ‘recovering (games) programmer’, as he describes himself. In a similar … Continue reading

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Random thoughts on programming, culture and such

I recently stumbled upon the blog of Mike Taylor, The Reinvigorated Programmer. He touches on various subjects that I can identify with (such as retro-computing and sushi), and some of which I have wanted to write about for a while … Continue reading

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