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bio website mackeblog.blogspot.com
location Gothenburg, Sweden
age 36
visits member for 5 years, 2 months
seen Jul 5 at 20:22

M.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering, specialization in programming languages and algoritms

Professional interest in:

  • Python
  • OpenGL/OpenSG
  • Software engineering
  • Mercurial
  • BuildBot
  • C++

In the spare time

  • Bass player in rock cover band
  • Petrolhead (Seen a few F1-races live)
  • Gamer

Sep
28
answered Noise level of 10'000 rpm harddisks
Aug
22
comment Is there any command line tool that can be used to edit environment variables in Windows?
+1. That should work just fine.
Aug
21
comment How To Add An Ethernet?
There are also USB ethernet adapters (wired and wireless) which might be easier to use. (No need to open your PC).
Aug
21
comment How to create a silent work environment?
A USB extension cable to a hub works well if you need to use USB sticks. Should serve keyboard/mouse as well. (Get a USB DVD-drive and you're set. :)
Aug
20
awarded  Teacher
Aug
20
answered How to create a silent work environment?
Aug
20
comment Why is a single thread spread across CPU's?
Yeah, it's probably the OS procs that bumps my thread around. How to accept two answers? :)
Aug
20
accepted Why is a single thread spread across CPU's?
Aug
20
awarded  Scholar
Aug
20
comment Why is a single thread spread across CPU's?
@Pär: My thread seem to be executing on each core actually.
Aug
20
awarded  Editor
Aug
20
comment Why is a single thread spread across CPU's?
See my added clarification. This is one thread, running at full throttle, that is quickly being moved around so that, over time, each core (out of fore) is 25% busy. (All other processes/threads are neglible)
Aug
20
revised Why is a single thread spread across CPU's?
Clarification
Aug
20
awarded  Student
Aug
20
asked Why is a single thread spread across CPU's?
Aug
18
awarded  Supporter
Aug
18
awarded  Autobiographer