## Updated nyble to support ubuntu 20.04 LTS and debian 10

For those who don’t know what nyble is … you can read an old post here. The short version is that it gives you an always reproducible bootable ramdisk (or stateful if you need) image (installation for stateful folk). You avoid worrying about configuration drift, as you roll a new image in ~10-20 minutes, and … Read more

## There are no silver bullets

In the world in which we reside, a pandemic slowly burns. This pandemic has confounded front line medical practitioners, public health organizations. It has exposed a number of troubling relationships amongst governments and organizations. It has resulted in numerous pronoucements of “X may work” from medically and scientifically illiterate political leaders. The problem is, fundamentally, … Read more

## Performance of a julia code: Riemann ζ function implemented on CPU and GPU

I’ve been playing with Julia for a while now. As the language is evolving quickly, I have to learn and relearn various aspects. Happily, since 1.0 dropped a while ago, its been more consistent, and the rate of change is lower than in the past. The Riemann ζ function is an interesting problem to test … Read more

## Apologies for the long delay in posting

I have to be quite careful to not discuss \$dayjob stuff here. Which, as that consumes a large chunk of my daytime (a bit more than 8h/day), leaves me with precious little time for me. But I enjoy this position, and the company. It is nice to be part of an organization that values (deep) … Read more