Weekly Reading Listby Sebastien Mirolo on Thu, 1 Jan 2015
Short list updated weekly of articles and papers we read and found worth mentioning.
Week ending Jul 5th 2015
- RISC vs CISC: What's the Difference?
- Privacy Is Personal
- Enigma: Decentralized Computation Platform with Guaranteed Privacy
- Homomorphic encryption for voting (github repo)
- The Compute! Magazine Archive
Week ending Jun 28th 2015
- New Process Can Print Stretchy Electronics Onto Your Clothes
- New process could usher in "graphene-driven industrial revolution"
- Computer chips made of wood promise greener electronics
- Rethinking security: Securing activities instead of computers
- Classifying Privacy Concerns
- Older than bronze and as new as nanowires, textiles are technology — and they have remade our world time and again
Week ending Jun 11th 2015
- IBM Renting Its EDA Tools
- LTE Direct being trialed by Qualcomm; allows smartphones to directly communicate
- Initializing and Managing Services in Linux: Past, Present and Future
- Guide to Deploying Diffie-Hellman for TLS
- SSL Labs 1.17: RC4, Obsolete Crypto, and Logjam
- On the Taxonomy of Spaceships
Week ending May 24th 2015
Week ending May 17th 2015
- Open Source History: Why Did Linux Succeed?
- ShellCheck detects problems in your Shell scripts
- Living Computers Ultimate Goal
- How Bitcoin Is Like SMTP
Week ending Apr 26th 2015
Week ending Apr 19th 2015
Week ending Apr 12th 2015
- Technical Debt and Security: time to move on from OpenSSL?
- John Fremlin's blog: Grep orientated programming
- Enough With the Salts: Updates on Secure Password Schemes
- The Rise and Fall of the NoSQL Empire (2007–2013)
- A Brief History of Databases
- Redesigning MySQL - AWS Tech Talk on The Aurora Database
- It’s OK for your open source library to be a bit shitty
- The real 10 algorithms that dominate our world
- Why, oh WHY, do those #?@! nutheads use vi?
- I made an NES emulator. Here’s what I learned about the original Nintendo.
Week ending Mar 22nd 2015
- Intel, U.S. Chipmakers May See Upside From China M&A
- Ask For Forgiveness Programming - Or How We'll Program 1000 Cores
- In-Memory Computing At Aerospike Scale: When To Choose And How To Effectively Use JEMalloc
- What is so special about Nim?
- Moths About /dev/urandom
Week ending Mar 15th 2015
- Software Testing From the Perspective of a Hardware Engineer
- How Nvidia Plans to Be the Netflix of Gaming
- HP's Marten Mickos: Open Source Is Not a Business Model
Week ending Mar 1st 2015
- Data analytics needs 'non-von Neumann' computing
- New High-Tech Farm Equipment Is a Nightmare for Farmers
Week ending Feb 22nd 2015
Week ending Feb 15th 2015
Week ending Feb 1st 2015
- The Pursuit of Beauty
- “The Electrical Arts” and the First Trans-Atlantic Telegraph Cable
- Changes and Challenges Abound in Multi-patterning Lithography