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CH Cognitive Biases in Software Development

A couple of years ago, I started my first job as a programmer. On the first day, I entered the office, sat in my new chair, turned on the computer, checked out a project from the version control system and opened it in IDE. The first-ever piece of the code I saw looked like that:…

CH CDC considering recommending general public wear face coverings in public

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CH Philip Anderson 1923-2020

I heard this morning about the death yesterday of Philip Anderson, at the age of 96. It’s not hard to make the case that Anderson was the most important condensed matter theorist of the twentieth century, with a huge influence on how we think about the subject. I believe he was even responsible for the…

CH A song that was constructed to reduce anxiety

Everyone knows they need to manage their stress. When things get difficult at work, school, or in your personal life, you can use as many tips, tricks, and techniques as you can get to calm your nerves.So here’s a science-backed one: make a playlist of the 10 songs found to be the most relaxing on…

CH Dutch museum says van Gogh painting stolen in overnight raid

Thieves have taken advantage of the distraction provided by the public health situation to steal a prize Vincent van Gogh painting from a museum in the Netherlands. Under cover of darkness, the bandits targeted the Singer Laren museum in Laren, east of Amsterdam, and made off with the Dutch master’s The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen…

CH Updates to form controls and focus

Chromium Blog News and developments from the open source browser project

CH Ryzen 4000 Review

AMD’s Ryzen 9 4900HS deals a crushing blow to Intel’s most powerful laptop CPUs. AMD Today’s Best Tech Deals Picked by PCWorld’s Editors Top Deals On Great Products Picked by Techconnect’s Editors Table of Contents Show More When AMD introduced its Ryzen 4000 mobile CPUs at CES, the company made bold claims of game-changing performance.…

CH Rethinking OpenBSD Security

OpenBSD aims to be a secure operating system. In the past few months there were quite a few security errata, however. That’s not too unusual, but some of the recent ones were a bit special. One might even say bad. The OpenBSD approach to security has a few aspects, two of which might be avoiding…

CH How Apple Is Working From Home

March 30, 2020 10:02 AM PDT Normally, Apple’s hardware teams meet in person at the company’s Cupertino, California, headquarters to review upcoming products, often bringing key components of their devices to show colleagues. But now that they are sidelined at home due to Covid-19, members of those teams are improvising new tactics for getting their work…

CH Celerity – High-level C++ for Accelerator Clusters

Celerity aims to bring the power and ease of use of SYCL to distributed memory accelerator clusters. Built on SYCL Celerity is built on top of Khronos’ emerging industry standard for accelerator programming. Designed for HPC Transparently run your workloads on large-scale accelerator clusters. Disclaimer: Celerity is a research project first and foremost, and is…

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