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On Tuesday, 26 january 2016 a little after noon at Aalto University Metsähovi Radio Observatory, the Hydrogen Maser atomic clock automatic monitoring system alerted the GPS satellite positioning that the time jumped suddenly. The automatic monitoring system of a hydrogen maser Continue reading High Frequency Traders Take Notice: Discrepancy of 14 Microseconds Detected In GPS Time
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There are many cases where you need to add a bit to an integer to indicate certain types of logic. Say for example that you need a bit to indicate a ‘special’ state to a counter but you dont want Continue reading Life Pro Tip: the logical bit
Recently I was tracking a post reasoning about the current implementation of realloc() on glibc and following it into the kernel. Very interesting reading but it left a bitter taste in the end since it was not followed by a Continue reading Realloc Performance
Today, as a proof of concept, I built a timestamping device with yoctosecond resolution. The device is not for sale yet – and it will not be any time soon. I explain. Yocto is a metric system prefix adopted in Continue reading The Era of Yocto-Second Resolution