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C is the new Java

In my previous post Game Over for VMs, what’s next?  I made the case that the underlying concerns that gave rise to virtual machine technology no longer exist.  358 more words

Tips And Tricks

Transistors Will Stop Shrinking in 2021, Moore's Law Roadmap Predicts

IEEE Spectrum (07/22/16) Rachel Courtland

The 2015 International Technology Roadmap for Semiconductors (ITRS) predicts the transistor could stop shrinking in only five years. The report predicts that after 2021, it will no longer be economically feasible for companies to continue to shrink the dimensions of transistors in microprocessors. 134 more words

High Performance Computing

Pursuing Exascale Computing

At the apex of the computing world, super computers are edging toward “exascale”, looking to achieve ExaFlops (and also Exabyte) computations. Scaling at the high end is always tough engineering, but in this case it is harder than ever before for one really fundamental reason: power consumption. 321 more words

Science And Technology

Texas Goes Big With 18-Petaflop Supercomputer

Computerworld (06/02/16) Patrick Thibodeau

The Stampede 2 supercomputer to be set up at the Texas Advanced Computer Center (TACC) is designed to replace and approximately double the performance of Stampede, its 9-petaflop predecessor. 190 more words

High Performance Computing

Cycle Computing Nets Investment to Boost High-Performance Computing

Cycle Computing, a company that harnesses massive public cloud resources for high-performance computing jobs like drug research and complex quantitative financial applications, just netted funding from… 590 more words


Year 3 Sem 2 Modules

Modules taken:

  • HW0310 Professional Communication
  • CZ3007 Compiler Techniques
  • CZ4013 Distributed Systems
  • CZ4034 Information Retrieval
  • CZ4046 Intelligent Agents
  • CZ4079 Final Year Project

CZ3007 Compiler Techniques


Breaking Down Technological Language Barriers

We live during an age of ever-progressing technological innovation, which can be both exciting and at times frustrating. For example, we recently worked with a client who has an amazing technology service to market, but was having a hard time explaining how it works to their customer base. 155 more words