Monthly Archives: September 2009

Intel Developer Forum shows off some cool stuff!

This year, the Intel Developer Forum has some pretty neat stuff to talk about. I’ve been reading their site today and the article from AnandTech about it. I’d highly recommend reading the AnandTech article since it has a lot better … Continue reading

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First steps with an FPGA!

For my research group at Purdue, we’ve decided we want to do some work with FPGA (or Field Programmable Gate Arrays). These are essentially chips that you can use to program very complex, very fast circuits. They are superior to … Continue reading

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Ciphers, Beaufort, and Bears… Oh my!

In my cryptography class, we’re starting to learn about various ciphers, and for a homework assignment, we were tasked with doing some ciphering by hand. I find the task very interesting, but I quickly got tired of coding even a … Continue reading

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