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* [[glibc]], other [[interesting libraries]], [[working with libraries]], some implementing interfaces like [[pthreads]].
* [[glibc]], other [[interesting libraries]], [[working with libraries]], some implementing interfaces like [[pthreads]].
* [[X Macros]], [[ISO C18]], [[rpaths]], [[GCC|gcc]] notes, [[GNU Make|gmake]] notes.
* [[X Macros]], [[ISO C18]], [[rpaths]], [[GCC|gcc]] notes, [[GNU Make|gmake]] notes.
* a [[Book_list_for_streetfighting_computer_scientists|book list]] for streetfighting coders
* There's [[Buses and Ports]], of course, of course.
* There's [[Buses and Ports]], of course, of course.
* Intel's [[Sandy Bridge]] and [[Nehalem]] x86 [[microarchitectures]].
* Intel's [[Sandy Bridge]] and [[Nehalem]] x86 [[microarchitectures]].
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** Said VM ''might'' implement [[transactional memory]], and ''almost certainly'' works on [[pages]].
** Said VM ''might'' implement [[transactional memory]], and ''almost certainly'' works on [[pages]].
* Via [[Grover's Algorithm]], we might be able to discover the monster at the end of this quantum book.
* Via [[Grover's Algorithm]], we might be able to discover the monster at the end of this quantum book.
* [[Jefferson's Time Warp]] algorithm, and while we're at it, [[timer wheels]] and even [[x86 timing]].
* While we're at it, [[timer wheels]] and even [[x86 timing]].
* Let's get bipartite, bipartite...with [[bip buffers]]. I don't much care for writing [[Gecko Addons]] (aka [http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/upgrade.html FireFox plugins]).
* Let's get bipartite, bipartite...with [[bip buffers]]. I don't much care for writing [[Gecko Addons]] (aka [http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/firefox/upgrade.html FireFox plugins]).
* [[Blum's axioms]] and [[Rice's Theorem]] are both named after people smarter than me...
* [[Blum's axioms]] and [[Rice's Theorem]] are both named after people smarter than me...

Revision as of 16:05, 29 June 2022

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This is the wiki of Nick Black (aka dank), located at 33°46′44.4"N, 84°23'2.4"W (33.779, 85.384) in the heart of Midtown Atlanta, GA. Dankwiki's rollin' wit' you, though I make no guarantees of its correctness, relevance, nor timeliness. Track changes using the Recent changes page. I've recently revived my strictly technical DANKBLOG, this wiki and grad school having not satisfied ye olde furor scribendi.

Don't mistake my kindness for weakness. Rien n'est simple, mais tout est facile...

I primarily write to force my own understanding, and remember things (a few entries are actually semi-authoritative). I'm just a disreputable Mariner on your way to the Wedding. If you derive use from this wiki, consider yourself lucky, and please get confirmation before relying on my writeups to perform surgery, design planes, determine whether a graph G is an Aanderaa–Rosenberg scorpion, or feed your pet rhinoceros.

Do not proceed if allergic to Linux, postmodern literature, nuclear physics, or cartoonish supervillainy. ■

projects?

unix

did autistic people design this software? BECAUSE I'M STARTING TO LOVE IT.

remarks regarding computers &c

networking

QEMFD! (wikipedia, wolfram) also provides...

Still have any questions? quod erat motherfucking demonstrandum!


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