My Reading List in Dec 2020
A collection of my interesting blogs, talks, researches I read in a month
My reading list
The future of 32-bit Linux: 32-bit Linux will stay around for many years.
Bit Hacks: OMG, this slide is awesome. My favorite: No-Branch Minimum
Interactive server side: I love this framework, one thing though, it’s written in Ruby, it’s unlikely I will learn ruby in the next few years.
Binary Search Reconsidered - 2011/04/18 I never thought that binary search can be implement in simpler way, with simpler explanation.
25519 (yes, that’s a short and enigmatic title) - Frank Denis: Nice visualization of 256 bits multiplication using 5x51-bit rather than 4x64-bit. Reason? No carry chain propagation.
Igel – A CLI tool to run machine learning without writing code: Very useful for quick prototyping ML classifier.
ImHex: I personally think this tool is equivalent or better than 010Editor. And it’s free too.
Ok so that’s all I read this month.