>tfw fever again :blobcatnotlike:
klingon singing, then and now
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<p>Gonna miss <a href="https://hachyderm.io/tags/InBlossom" class="mention hashtag" rel="tag">#<span>InBlossom</span></a> and I am not shy to say that it&#39;s the pretty that I will miss the most.</p>
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<p>Does Google use the same version of Kubernetes as everyone else or do they have their own private version of it, like the bazel/blaze split?</p>
<p>Heading to my hometown of Georgetown, Penang tomorrow! I make a point to visit it every year during Cheng Beng :)</p><p><a href="https://hachyderm.io/tags/Penang" class="mention hashtag" rel="tag">#<span>Penang</span></a> <a href="https://hachyderm.io/tags/Travel" class="mention hashtag" rel="tag">#<span>Travel</span></a> <a href="https://hachyderm.io/tags/Malaysia" class="mention hashtag" rel="tag">#<span>Malaysia</span></a></p>
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<p>No cool screenshot to show, but the stack is now working reliably even with artificially injected 10% loss of transmit packets.</p><p>Next problem is the out-of-buffers condition I get in bathtub curve scans, because I&#39;m in a tight loop sending packets and not calling any of the IP stack methods to process inbound ACKs...</p>
<p>I managed to embed a programming language interpreter inside DWARF debug information on Linux.</p><p>I&#39;ll be giving a very cursed talk about how it works at Pure Virtual C++ at the end of the month:</p><p><a href="https://devblogs.microsoft.com/cppblog/pure-virtual-cpp-2024-sessions-announced/" target="_blank" rel="nofollow noopener noreferrer" translate="no"><span class="invisible">https://</span><span class="ellipsis">devblogs.microsoft.com/cppblog</span><span class="invisible">/pure-virtual-cpp-2024-sessions-announced/</span></a></p>
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<p><span class="h-card" translate="no"><a href="https://mastodon.social/@dabeaz" class="u-url mention">@<span>dabeaz</span></a></span></p><p>I liked the first Dune book a lot, the second one got me bored, and I didn&#39;t even get to the third one. The story shifts a lot from politics into prophecies and religion. Similarly, I liked the first movie but I also didn&#39;t expect much from the second one. I&#39;m yet to watch it, though.</p>