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Bookmarks [2014-06-10]

  • Marss86

    MARSSx86 (MARSS for short) is a tool for cycle accurate full system simulation of the x86-64 architecture, specifically multicore implementations. Our goal is to create a simple yet efficient full system architectural simulation environment based on existing tools.

  • What 50 pounds of clay can teach you about design — Medium

    while the “quantity” group was busily churning out piles of work”and learning from their mistakes”the “quality” group had sat theorizing about perfection, and in the end had little more to show for their efforts than grandiose theories and a pile of dead clay.

  • metablog: Why I don't mock

    So don't mock. Because it's impolite to not listen to what your code is trying to tell you.

  • Where's the value in open source? |

    Open source is about the people involved. Code can be replaced, re-written, even removed completely, and the project will continue to move forward. The open source community is made up of people who have dedicated their time and their life to see its success.

  • I Recommend These for Learning Haskell

    A friend of mine recommends reading 3 calculus books to learn calculus. I generalize it to reading from 3 sources to learn anything. I also postulate a law: the 3rd source you read is the best.


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