Embench™: Open Benchmarks for Embedded Platforms

This repository contains the Embench™ free and open source benchmark suite. These benchmarks are designed to test the performance of deeply embedded systems. As such they assume the presence of no OS, minimal C library support and in particular no output stream.

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Very Basic Introduction to Formal Verification

You are blocking Javascript, and we totally get that. However this endpoint uses Angular, so the front end is in full JavaScript and won’t work without it. There will be other non JS-based clients to access PeerTube, but for now none is available.

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Let’s Learn x86-64 Assembly! Part 0 – Setup and First Steps

The way I was taught x86 assembly at the university had been completely outdated for many years by the time I had my first class. It was around 2008 or 2009, and 64-bit processors had already started becoming a thing even in my neck of the woods.

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Laser Cutting Your Way To An RGB LED Table

You’ve got the RGB keyboard, maybe even the RGB mouse. But can you really call yourself master of the technicolor LED if you don’t have an RGB table to game on? We think you already know the answer. Luckily, as [ItKindaWorks] shows in his latest project, it’s easy to build your own.

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