Ocean View

  1. we are sitting by the ocean
    • there is a nice ocean view
  2. we can see the ocean
    • from the place where we are sitting
  3. my fingers are cold
    • because insulation in wellington is not good
  4. luckily we had miso soup
  5. which kept our fingers
  6. from chipping off like icicles
  7. i know that sounds awful
  8. but you know what else?
  9. the view was lovely

Bula vinaka!

BULA VINAKA bula vinaka

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Bula vinaka. Bula vinaka. Bula vinaka. Bula vinaka vinaka vinaka vinaka vaku levu.

wow look at this fijian fish

cheese Bread Garlic
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cheese toast cheese tost
why'd i bother xtra pipes

catching the train and catching up

catching the train and catching up


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tis underscores


'fun one'


one arrow

two arrows


  1. numbered list
  2. numero dos ..*numero dos y media
  3. una outra ..1. muy pequeno
  4. continuando

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  • list
  • just like
  • dis

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Bananagrams is an excellent game.

I love banangrams.

My love for bananagrams is immense.

  • So many letters.
  • So so many letters
  • I enjoy words
  • and letters
  • and bananagrams.

therefore, banana

Walking through the wild

Parallel Worlds - Programming Models for Heterogeneous Parallel Systems

Programming Multi-core, many-core and FPGAs systems: In the data-centre, multi-core architectures are pretty common. That homogeneity is changing. To illustrate even low-priced single-board computers are a hybrid mix of general-purpose multi-core CPU, many-core accelerator and FPGA. As these mixed architecture computing platforms become more accessible so does the pressure to write software to portable APIs and programming models. The many different architectures and component configurations has lead to a plethora of Open* industry de-facto standards efforts. One unified model is unlikely. A single model that covers the spectrum of demands of extreme scalability and optimal performance, tempered with ease of use. Instead the panel will discuss the critical abstractions and directions we should be considering; in-turn identify what efforts we should pay attention to and why.

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Concurrency - Patterns for Architecting Distributed Systems

The art of architecting and building distributed systems is about the composition of concurrent components. Patterns of architecting distributed systems can be implicit through the APIs used e.g. MPI and OpenMP, explicit in larger system components such as messaging sub-systems or explicitly supported by a language and it's supporting runtime e.g. Erlang. Developing distributed concurrent systems is now common place. The panel will discuss trends, emergent paradigms, common patterns and their trade-offs for developing concurrent systems (distributed or not).