Monthly Archives: July 2013

Still, Why The New “Jet” Keyword?

Well, if you come from the C++ world, this is really the most natural thing to do. You want a pointer to a data member instead of a reference to it. However, in C++, a pointer can move everywhere it … Continue reading

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But, Jet What?

Okay, okay, all data collections already implement the “IEnumerable” interface. As properties, the getters already get you the references to decide what you want to do with these collections. The “foreach” keyword is a free bonus, because it doesn’t require … Continue reading

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Why Jet?

You can scale up or scale wide. Scaling up means sticking to the good and old traditional sequential programming model called procedural programming, where everything is mutable just to save memory. It’s not that it’s easier to program that way, … Continue reading

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Are Photons Quasi-Particles?

Mathematicians are too busy with proving that mathematics is in itself inconsistent, an important result to show that physical reality does not have to be based on mathematics, which describes the way we think and reason. If mathematics is inconsistent, … Continue reading

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Commute Or Compute

The expressive power of the Internet machine is largely limited by its inability to perform efficient global random access to its memory. If you think your hard disk, or HDD in short, is too slow to make virtual memory meaningful, … Continue reading

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Little Endian Or Big Endian

This has been debated over and over again over the past few decades. The problem is that Intel started with the wrong direction but ended up being the largest and the most advanced CPU manufacturer. I don’t have the official … Continue reading

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Sports Illustrated

Firstly, I finally settled to mark my blog as adult content, because the Turing machine looks like an adult fantasy in the Internet era, totally not suitable for kids, especially those who may simply drop out of schools and colleges … Continue reading

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