Don’t forget Cool Beans Classics like ‘Electromechanical Penguin Displays,’ ‘Sending a Message Through Time,’ and ‘Tactical Nuclear Penguins,’ to name but a few.
Tracing the structure of the Stern-Brocot tree from Plato’s dialogues to Greek astronomers, 18th century clock makers, and contemporary floating-point approximations.
In which we discover the answer to the question: “If you could add an extra letter to the modern English alphabet, what would that letter be?”
Are you already familiar with Wilberforce pendulums and Wiffletree converters, or are these as much a surprise to you as they are to me?
In which we discover what the words polish, job, and herb have in common. Also, we discover some interesting tidbits of trivia regarding phonemes.
The 2021 EOC will be held May 17-18-19 & 20. If you attend, you’ll be able to take part in the live video Q&A sessions that will follow each of the presentations.
In which we discover the answer to the question: What do the words Assess, Banana, Dresser, Grammar, Potato, Revive, Uneven, and Voodoo have in common?
Luos unleashes microservices for distributed architectures in embedded systems, gathering every part and function of the device into a single system image.
Here’s a poser for you for you to ponder: What do the words Assess, Banana, Dresser, Grammar, Potato, Revive, Uneven, and Voodoo have in common?
The most basic RISC-V CPU that is supported by compilers must include the integer extension and its data bus must be at least 32 bits wide, so that’s what student Filip set out to build.