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Great talk Dave!
Dave thank you for sharing these new ideas. I watched all of your youtube videos and enjoyed them very much. Your new way of looking at architecture is very refreshing and I'd like to explore. I was curious to know if you had more details on Von Neumann's "chains of operations comment"?
Wow. Lives up to Dave's billing as "Wacky, creative, and fun."
Begins at 4:15….Good Stuff!
This is great stuff!
Very interesting and inspiring. But I have some problem understanding.Lets say we build this computer out of 4 peaces, 4 separate cpus as was in your example (right?) and then there are these dots or elements that move inside of these cpus, so as I understand depending on which cpu it is located then that cpu is executing that cell? So cells on same cpu are on the same thread? Or its like 4 core cpu and each cell has its own thread and it just doesn matter where the cell is?
Dave, what are your thoughts on the effects of such movements as test-driven development? Making sure while building the software that things (mostly) can't go wrong?Thanks in advance 🙂
I like your definition of life in this video. It's very similar to my own.
This was awesome. Great presentation.
I love it!
40:13 "If we could do that, it would be un-American not too" 😀
Omg zombie infection on burning sand.
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