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Gary Sims
Technical writer, author and blogger.
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Gary Explains Jun 20
Both Intel and AMD have technology that allows their processors to run the CPU cores faster than the recommended base frequency, under certain conditions including power, temperature, and current. Intel call it Turbo Boost, AMD call it Precision Boost.
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Gary Explains Jun 19
MicroLED is a new display technology that is on the verge of entering the mainstream. It can be used in many form factors from small displays like watch faces, all the way up to large TVs. It also has the potential to be used on smartphones.
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Gary Sims Jun 18
And then came Ada, which was the primary teaching language at my university. We are talking early 90s!
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Gary Sims Jun 15
Replying to @PaulBrummell
Four years already. It seems like only yesterday that you took over from Martin Harris. I hope you have enjoyed you time in Romania.
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Arm Mali Jun 14
Great video by who eloquently explains the newest range of Arm IP -
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Gary Sims Jun 11
From my morning constitutional.
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Gary Sims Jun 10
Except for , no? 😉
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Gary Explains Jun 9
Got Raspbian installed on all four nodes in the cluster. Networking is setup along with SSH login via public key. Next, onto the HPC software.
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Gary Sims Jun 8
Did Curiosity Find Evidence of Life on Mars?
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Android Authority Jun 8
Arm Cortex A76 - What Does It Mean For Smartphone Performance?: via
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Gary Explains Jun 7
There are lots of different programming languages, like Python, C, etc. Some are compiled, while others are not. Some have a garage collector, others don't. And so on. Here are 5 key characteristics that differentiate one programming language from another.
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Gary Explains Jun 7
I just finished the physical construction of my Raspberry Pi cluster. Now on to the software. Expect a video in a week or so!
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Gary Explains Jun 4
Is Linux an OS, a kernel or both? (Linux vs GNU/Linux) via
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Gary Sims Jun 2
LOL, nice one!!! :-)
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Femi Jun 1
Tired of being ruled by the unelected Brussels elite? Well here's what nobody ever tells you...
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Gary Sims May 30
That is a castle in the distance.
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Gary Explains May 30
Intel has 8 different families of processors including its Core processors, Xeon, Atom, Pentium & Celeron! Then once you drill down there are different series like the i3, i5, i7 and i9. Is it possible to understanding Intel's naming scheme? Let's try!
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Doctor Who Official May 29
The classic marathon is about to start on ! Watch it from the beginning in 30 mins (7pm BST / 11am PDT) >
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Gary Explains May 29
A pointer is a variable that holds the address of another variable. Used carelessly they are a sure way to write hard-to-understand programs. However, used correctly, they unleash the power of the C programming language. Pointers in C: via
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Drone Rush May 28
Dear Casey Neistat, that was still illegal drone flight – let me explain
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