This is my blog where I will talk about things that interest me (and a no doubt small collection of others). Topics that I’m interested in include:
- Low-level and performance-oriented programming
- Computer architecture (especially as it related to performance-oriented code)
- Programming languages
- Regular expression implementation and automata theory
- … and of course, implementing things without branches! Thus the name.
I was the designer of the Hyperscan project. I built this system at Sensory Networks, which was acquired by Intel Corporation in 2013, and worked on Hyperscan at Intel for over 4 years.
I hope that I can show you some interesting things. I have a few things in the pipeline that I will show shortly, including some string matching work, fast Random Forest implementation and a lot of my favorite low-level coding tips and tricks.
I request that my readers can bear with me and forgive the (hopefully temporary) amateurish nature of the site; I am not an expert blogger or user of WordPress.
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Thanks for sharing your knowledge with the world! I’m eager to learn more from your posts in this website.
Thanks for sharing your knowledge to the world! I’m eager to learn more from the posts in your website.