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Pincount is a tech podcast not afraid of the details. We're not just users, we're computer scientists and developers. Join us for half an hour each fortnight to get into the detail on new tech and speculate about what might be next.
since Jul, 2016
IN THIS PODCAST
More ARM on servers Cloudfront rewrite image processing using NEON to beat out Intel equivalent HN discussion Anandtech Thunder X2 review Homebrew supports ARM CPUs, maybe only on Linux? Qualcomm to exit ARM Server chips? 10nm Intel CPUs in the wild Intel Core i3-8121U Lenovo Ideapad 330 - Anandtech Facebook job ad for a chip designer Xeon with integrated FPGA - Anandtech Pincount Episode 18 Command line utilities htop htop in more detail than you ever cared about GNU parallel GNU parallel tutorial GNU parallel book SimpleHTTPServer - For Python 2 http.server - For Python 3 tmux GNU screen Byobu inotifywait gnuplot feedgnuplot strace - Linux dtrace - Linux, Mac OS, Solaris How to Debug Anything by James Golick Legally mandated Brendan Gregg Dtrace info Bash tips: ctrl-r for reverse history search. ctrl-a to go to the start of a line. ctrl-e to go to the end of a line. rm -rf / to test your backups. Aftershow IBM 5 in 5 Crab simulator Goat simulator
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