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Merry Christmas!
EDIT: I forgot to change the title for article #2. Woopsy daisy!
Surprisingly decent content wasn't difficult to find on Christmas. The internet is a wonderful place. Hope you're all doing well, staying healthy (both physically and mentally), and overall having a good time. Here's the issue, Christmas edition! Is there any difference? Not really!

Xbox Architecture

Published: 6 June 2020
Tags: hardware


The original XBox was in many ways a game changer, and was definitely the first console for a lot of people in my generation. There's a lot that went into it, and in this extensive article, Rodrigo Copetti does a thorough dive into the individual components that make up the XBox, and how they work together.

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Why write your own programming language?

Published: 10 May 2020
Tags: ocaml, cpp, compilers


Do you ever dream about writing your own programming language? I think lots of programmers do, although most probably never do it, some do and fail, and the very few have it succeed. Well regardless, you'll need to start somewhere. Mukul Rathi has written an informative series that guides you through the whole processes, from why even do it, to a crash course on the LLVM (that's the latest article).

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Utilizing Quantum BlockChain for 6th Generation Neural Networks

Published: 25 December 2020
Tags: satire


This one just made me laugh, so I decided to include it to spread some holiday mirth and cheer. If you feel like you're more of a Grinch character, skip it!

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