The Many Uses of Schedulers

Let’s say you don’t have unlimited resources. Be it RAM, access to files, CPU slots, whatever you can think of. And then you have multiple workloads that will need said resources. That’s where scheduling comes in. Scheduling comes in MANY shapes and sizes including ones you haven’t even suspected of. Scheduler types Here we explore the various scheduler algorithms that deal with scheduling tasks. Keep in mind I also tried to unify the terminology used so a task forms a unit of work that scheduler schedules.

NeXT Glasses

Selecting appropriate wear for your next major contract kill There are also masks and stuff: http://jfreyboutiquetokyo.blog.fc2.com/blog-entry-3024.html

Risk of Trouble

Full disclosure: This game is amazing, you should try it. It’s probably on discount on GOG. BUT this is getting out of hand. I was just about to stop playing and then the game unlocked this ninja sword guy and I had to play it all over again. Let’s give it a month and we’ll revisit.

It's Alive!

Packages arrived. I finally have everything I need to start the project. Behold the Raspberry PI Zero! Actually I got panicked a bit since I suddenly realized “Hold on. How do I communicate with this??". Then I remembered my dusty, but still working CP2102 so there we are: Note: btw the white thing below the UART console is the Alcatel from my previous post. This is probably going to turn into a long series of posts so I’m going to come up with a name soon.