- Some DL problems are intractable
- Complete Coffee Lake CPU list - Anandtech
- Jetson Nano
- Google Stadia - The Verge
- ESRGAN texture packs
- Playable raytraced Quake 2
- ARM Helium vector extensions
- GradientFlow - Training ImageNet in 1.5 Minutes on 512 GPUs
- Thinkpad X210
Hi, welcome to Pincount, a podcast hosted by Iain Wallace and Douglas Shearer. Pincount is a tech podcast not afraid of the details. We're not just users, we're computer scientists and developers. Join us for half an hour
each fortnight somewhat regularly to get into the detail on new tech and speculate about what might be next.
Episode 32 - It's a Proper Chunky Boy
CES is still a thing?
- Alienware Area 51 M
- LG Rollable TV - The Verge video
- Intel Keynote
- Ian Cutress tweet about 28 core high-clock Xeon pricing
- Gsync on freesync
- Microsoft 896 core servers
- Global Kernel locks in APFS
- Iain’s tweet about Google Bart
- AWS re:Invent
- Intel Cascade Lake Xeon - Pincount news!
- Sub $1000 IBM Power9 motherboard
- Adversarial Examples that Fool both Human and Computer Vision
- Fast and accurate object detection in high resolution 4K and 8K video using GPUs
Episode 31 - A Series of Small Fires
Doug and Iain reminisce about old computers
- Skype white noise
- Threadripper 2 Performance on Linux vs Windows
- Nvidia RTX
- Nvidia Video to Video Synthesis
- Deep Angel
- iOS 12 Core ML benchmarks
- Intel CPUs
- Reminiscing about old PCs
- Commodore 64
- ZX Spectrum
- Amstrad PC1512
- Amstrad PPC 640
- BT Gold
- School computers
- Apple iBook
- Iain’s cooling “solution”
- HP Jornada
- Dell Streak
- How the computing world was represented in high-school computing.
Episode 30 - Throw It All In The Sea
- More on local Python web servers.
- Intel 10nm
Episode 29 - Total Donkey
ARM servers, and our favourite command line apps
- More ARM on servers
- 10nm Intel CPUs in the wild
- Facebook job ad for a chip designer
- Xeon with integrated FPGA - Anandtech
- Command line utilities
- GNU parallel
- SimpleHTTPServer - For Python 2
- strace - Linux
- Bash tips:
ctrl-rfor reverse history search.
ctrl-ato go to the start of a line.
ctrl-eto go to the end of a line.
rm -rf /to test your backups.
- Fish Shell