Monthly Archives: September 2013

I’m flagging

Energy, the subtle concept by Jennifer Coopersmith Energy is a central concept in modern physics, and I hadn’t fully realised the long, long path before it was recognised as a central theme. People started out being fascinated by perpetual motion … Continue reading

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I’ll use multiple cores, but not for long

I heard about multi-core JIT a long time ago, but have only just got to try it in our product at work. Aside from needing to use Reflection to let our application run normally on .NET 4, and only use … Continue reading

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Surface Detail does Matter

I’ve just returned to work after a six week sabbatical, so I haven’t had too much time for computing related blogging. Over the six weeks I finished off reading the whole of the Culture series, a series of ten fantastic … Continue reading

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