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I am smarter syndrome

Sometimes in University I found bold young guy saying something like: I will reimplement this in machine language because is faster I will reimplement this xyz C function by my own My program crash, I think there is a bug in HP UNIX socket implementation I will ge rid of this Java Garbage Collector because …

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Arduino Stereo sid

Arudino StereoSID emulates the SID sound chip of the famous Commodore 64. It is based on the Atmega8 MOS6581 SID Emulator from Christoph Haberer. Library conversion and memory optimization by Mario Patino. Stereo Effect by Giovanni Giorgi MOS6581 SID Emulator Arduino Library with stereo capabilityhttps://github.com/daitangio/sid-arduino-lib1 forks.13 stars.1 open issues.Recent commits: Merge pull request #3 from …

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Debian perfect work environment

Working in a big company, my work laptop came with MS-Windows7 Enterprise installed. But as you imagine, Unix is my preferred desktop environment. So let’s how to configure a perfect Debian Linux for a old wolf consultant like me. You will be able to install commercial software mubmo jumbo like Oracle Express and IBM Websphere …

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ErZauker Revenge!

After a bunch of time, I take back my Erlang Hammer from the sand of time. The result is ErZauker v0.0.2 the first pure-Erlang implementation of a code indexer. Er Zauker is a tiny but speedy search engine tailoring code searches. Zauker is backed by REDIS, the fastest RAM-based NoSQL engine you have never seen. The code get …

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Spring Testing Survival guide

If you have an application with thousand of beans, you must do unit testing but…Spring testing is boring, belive me. A very complex Spring application usually have a lot of dependency: I had to manage over 3000 beans definitions in a production project right now. Sometimes you want only to test a bit of it, …

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Usare la memoria non inizializzata per divertimento e profitto

Ciao a tutti, è venerdì! Se avete due minuti di tempo, volevo indicarvi un articolo su un algoritmo non banale, molto ben descritto qui: http://research.swtch.com/sparse This is the story of a clever trick that’s been around for at least 35 years, in which array values can be left uninitialized and then read during normal operations, …

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