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Edited 6 months ago
Yesterday, my internship finally finished. It was fun and inspiring to look at a project (QEMU) other than Linux, and learn how PCIe/CXL/ACPI/UEFI works in general.

Now trying to do some work (a little) on CXL emulation in QEMU, though I'm not sure how far I want to pursue as my heart is still in MM.

https://lore.kernel.org/linux-cxl/20231222090051.3265307-1-42.hyeyoo@gmail.com/T
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Edited 6 months ago
By the way, it's not easy to take general kernel or MM topic as a project during an internship or as a team project in university. I guess it will remain a hobby for few years...

My next plan for this winter vacation is to do a research project in compilers with a group of students (at Purdue University, USA)

After that, I don't know. Maybe another internship or just prepare for graduation and do some patches.
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@hyeyoo I'm sure you'll pick wisely and not attempt to e.g. write a book or something, lol!
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@vbabka oh you are telling me...

Well but I am dumb enough try that.
Btw at least @ljs will not recommend this :P
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@hyeyoo @vbabka yeah fucking hell don't do that
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