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n00b Kernel Hacker
- Pre-Intern @ NVIDIA Korea (Security System Software) (2024.06 ~)
- Ex-Intern @ Panmneisa (CXL emulation stuff) (~2023.12)
- Undergraduate majoring CSE (estimated graduation: Feb. 2025)
- Working as reviewer at Linux Slab subsystem
- Born in August 6, 2000

Opinions are my own.

My interests are:
Memory Management,
Computer Architecture,
Circuit Design,
Virtualization
@vbabka @ljs @sj

Too bad that next week I'll be taking the Electronic Circuit mid-term instead of attending LSFMM :/

Hope you guys have fun though!
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@ptesarik @vbabka @ljs

He looks much slimmer than laster year,
great achievement :)

@ljs 's weight chart be like:
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@ljs

I can see he's saying "what is it, human?"
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Edited 16 days ago
Implementing FAST-9: Image Corner Detection algorithm using Verilog (AI-SOC Design homework)
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@ljs Great, finallly!

Congratulations, Lorenzo.
Wishing you all the best in your career.
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@bagder
All in the red since 2014, too bad...
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@ptesarik @lkundrak

Right, but you don't want to live with the fear of a random bit flip when working with compilers 😭

Better to keep cheating...
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@vbabka @ljs

JD: Sr. Stealing Technician

Are you a seasoned master of stealth and subterfuge? Do you thrive on high-risk challenges and the thrill of the heist? We have an exciting opportunity for an experienced Senior Stealing Technician to lead our elite team of technical professionals.

What you will bring:
* Plan and execute complex theft operations with precision.
* Recruit and manage a skilled team of thieves.

Who you are:
* Minimum 3 years of non-internship experience in successful heists.
* Strong leadership and problem-solving skills.

Benefits:
* Competitive compensation in untraceable currencies.
* Flexible work hours and travel opportunities.

Don't hesitate to apply!

p.s. ChatGPT helped writing this job description
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@ljs @lkundrak oh, I should've added a credit
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@lkundrak

By the way what happened to your profile pic; It's awesome!
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@lkundrak compilers are also confusing, but at least (we assume) their behaviors are deterministic, unlike electrons and holes :D
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Edited 1 month ago
There are a few remaining things I want to learn while I'm still an undergraduate:
Compilers, Electronic Circuit and VLSI

The latter two are tough and confusing...
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@ljs we will see
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Got a new job
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@ljs
glad to hear you got invited anyway,
although there's a very low chance of attending!
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OK, here's a take for you:

PDFs are not a document format. Instead, as they encapsulate an executable (postscript) and a set of resources that are accessed in a sandboxed environment, they constitute a container.

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Thorsten Leemhuis (acct. 1/4)

Announcing : Streamlining performance optimization

https://netflixtechblog.com/announcing-bpftop-streamlining-ebpf-performance-optimization-6a727c1ae2e5

"'"bpftop provides a dynamic real-time view of running eBPF programs. It displays the average execution runtime, events per second, and estimated total CPU % for each program. This tool minimizes overhead by enabling performance statistics only while it is active."'"

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@ljs what is your strong point then?
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