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I started a video series on "How to build a compiler with LLVM and MLIR", I'll share my progress on the compiler on this series.

youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlO

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Sometimes I think if life was a movie I would've been the guy who nobody knows him, the guy who save bunch of people by diving on a grenade no one knows his story and at the credit they refer to him as "soldier number 6". 😂

But even in that situation soldier number 6 refuses to give up and die

rocks. I'm using it as a static html generator for a while now, both for my website and few other websites including the one I'm working on for 's documentation and website it has some functionalities that no other static html generator has.

To all the and contributors and activists out there, past and present:

Thank you, you rock.

Without your efforts, I wouldn't be where I am today.

I found a little bit of free time last night and worked on doc generation on . Now we can generate docs straight from docstrings of a cube via -mode and all the meta data of the cube would be available to the org markup as well. I yet to write some docs though

Today I was investigating an issue in the 's compiler (this issue is giving me headache for weeks) I had to figure out why adds a lib as a link target. Thanks to a lad in an IRC channel and magic of cmake I got to this dependency tree.
Oh boy

I love it when I find passionate people who are experts in different fields of science and I keep bombarding them with my question and they answer with passion.
I can see the sparks of passion in their eyes when they try to explain stuff to me

A Persian friend of mine: "dude, you have a Persian accent when you speak in English!"

Me: "Duh! what did you expect? Russian?"

A friend of mine used to argue with me that team X guarantees that service Y never goes down and we don't have to account for Y being down, I need to ask his opinion on facebook's incident :)))))

That's resiliency 101.

Jeeeez, Canonical is transitioning to make the default. Poor users.

you should NOT use ubuntu.

Maaaaan is a dagger in users back. Companies like Canonical and redhat are trying to do what others like Micro$oft or google are doing, but this time using free software. their strategies are in favor of themselves and are pricey for the users

After ~27 years, here is how 's closest thing to and actual package/dependency manager system works. sucks.

Today, I realized that I've changed so much during the past 10-15 years. I used to be biased & opinionated. But today as some one pointed out to me, I read about ideas that I think are wrong or I don't like coz i want to know them better & avoid being close minded. It feels good

last night, when I was trying to make my brain to shut up and sleep, all of the sudden the title of my book series on mathematics came to me and I love it. To honor the person who got me interested in science, the title of my series will be "lxsameer notes on mathematics" (named after the famous "Feynman lectures on physics")

hey folks, I'm working on the diagnostic system of . What do you think a good trackback/error message should look like? tell me what you think. Examples or even sketches are welcome.

Rt please.

These days, I spend most of my brain cycles on thinking about quantum field theory and trying to think of some answers. It literally prevents me from working on my stuff 😂

one of my goals in life is to have a lecture in the famous lecture hall of the Royal institute of London.

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