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AlexDenisov
Mission to the Moon Mutation testing LLVM Social Berlin
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AlexDenisov 2h
Replying to @moyix
I'm really looking forward to my vacation next week so that I can procrastinate and not work on slides the whole day, and not just after-work hours as when I'm not on vacation
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AlexDenisov 9h
If you understand Russian, be my guest here This week I'm sharing my musings on space industry, open source, future of programming, and some other topics
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AlexDenisov Mar 12
Replying to @jckarter
self.¿delegate?.callMethod()
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AlexDenisov Mar 9
All right, I shoot myself into the foot with a basic C++ for loop ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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tef of the author Mar 7
why isn't it called "big endian" and "endian little" send tweet
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AlexDenisov Mar 8
If you use for LLVM or any other big project, please go and tweak the JVM options Default values are quite conservative, after tuning it feels like a native app.
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αλεx ♢P Mar 6
Look what I’ve got here! A Database Internals book. Just imagine that it’s a bass. Data bass.
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Gala Kostetska💜 🐿️💜 Mar 4
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AlexDenisov Mar 1
Replying to @johnregehr
But it's using SIMD register, I heard it gives a good performance. Seems like using just one register should give better data locality.
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Nikita Feb 25
How much sense you can make out of git push output?
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Leo Fernandes Feb 24
Special issue on mutation testing and analysis - Just - 2019 - Software Testing, Verification and Reliability - Wiley Online Library
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AlexDenisov Feb 23
Replying to @steipete
As of "go vs no go": it depends on your views. I'm Ukrainian, but I still go there despite of the political situation. I must admit, I've got more insults from Ukrainians for visiting "the aggressor", rather than from the "aggressors" themselves. Which even more sad...
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AlexDenisov Feb 23
Replying to @steipete
People at the conference are very nice, some of them live outside of ex-USSR, but they visit the conference because it's very well organised and usually has great technical content and a great lineup.
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AlexDenisov Feb 23
Replying to @steipete
And by trouble here I mean some legal consequences. You won't get in trouble with "normal" people outside of the event unless you scream loudly that you are a gay. And you would have to scream that in russian, because those, not open minded people, likely don't understand English
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AlexDenisov Feb 23
Replying to @steipete
Declaring such views publicly might be treated as a LGBT propaganda, which is, AFAIK, illegal in Russia. Also, the conference does live streaming of some talks/tracks, so keep this in mind as well. I don't think you will get in trouble because of that, but there is some risk.
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AlexDenisov Feb 21
Fingers crossed! I wholeheartedly wish you luck, dear !
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AlexDenisov Feb 19
Replying to @MojoIvan @vixentael
I stopped reading it long time ago because most of the content was just a translation of some articles in english. I didn't look at the new english version, though.
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AlexDenisov Feb 19
Replying to @vixentael @Medium
I use Hugo + github pages for my writings. As of reading the stories - I don’t know, I could not proceed and gave up :)
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AlexDenisov Feb 19
Replying to @_StrLght @Medium
I have no idea, I’m just sick of it :)
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AlexDenisov Feb 19
Finally, I deleted my account! Monetization of content that does not belong to them feels like a scam.
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