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Andrew Baumann
OS researcher Redmond. Previously and . Still unsure about this whole Twitter thing...
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Andrew Baumann May 18
This is why you avoid the big cities, and especially Venice!
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Andrew Baumann May 17
Replying to @vj_chidambaram
The trick with #1 is tailoring it to your audience. No conference talk can skip it entirely, or you'd be solving an old/uninteresting problem. Academic job talks (for a general CS audience) are best re-targeted for a lab like MSR (where most of the audience is in your field).
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Andrew Baumann May 17
Replying to @timminchin
OTOH expats can't vote
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Andrew Baumann May 17
I was curious about these "not an X-Ray" machines in Bologna, but it turns out they just weigh and measure carry-on bags.
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Andrew Baumann May 17
Replying to @danrkports
You're in Venice, right? You should be safe. The entire city is ironic.
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Andrew Baumann May 17
According to the MSR website's CMS, all of the abstracts to all of my papers have poor readability.
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Andrew Baumann May 17
-- but they're not exactly self-contained, and PDF butchered some of the animations. The paper is only 6 pages, you'd be better off reading that!
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Andrew Baumann May 16
Replying to @xexd
The kids are alright
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Andrew Baumann May 15
Replying to @benno37
Italy. Not a real hotel (uni conf centre).
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Andrew Baumann May 15
Replying to @benno37
I had the same problem a couple of days ago, only breakfast was 7:30 and it was about 3am.
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Andrew Baumann May 14
New ground broken in sucky wifi at HotOS; meanwhile, Daniel Myers learns the hard way not to rely on conference wifi for your slide deck. (The talk, when it eventually happened, was great!)
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Andrew Baumann May 13
Replying to @schemeprincess @xexd
Honestly, I was disappointed. I was expecting more projectile forks.
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Andrew Baumann May 12
Replying to @rogerclark
No, sorry. I'm not working on it and I don't know of anyone else who is. What's in that repo isn't my code either (see history).
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Andrew Baumann May 11
why does your website lie about delays?
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Andrew Baumann May 9
Replying to @taviso
Agreed, it's only easy for simple cases like the syscall stubs.
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Andrew Baumann May 9
Replying to @taviso
That nested 'gu' inside the breakpoint command looks a bit dicey. I'd probably set a conditional breakpoint on the ret in ntdll!NtCreateFile. (The condition needs to be <0 there, because it's an NTSTATUS.)
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Andrew Baumann May 4
Sadly not!
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Andrew Baumann May 4
Replying to @rstutsman @danrkports
:) I guess you saw the "Barrelfish posse in full effect!" or whatever the scroller text said
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Andrew Baumann May 3
Replying to @vj_chidambaram
IDK, I was so stressed out and nervous the first time I gave a talk, I think if there were only 6 people in the room it might have helped!
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Andrew Baumann May 3
Replying to @danrkports
Excuses! Sameh drove a 4U server 700+ miles out to Big Sky for the Barrelfish demo at SOSP'09... It wasn't even his paper.
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