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Bob Colwell on Computer Architecture

Bob Colwell - the lead architect of the Intel P6 (aka Pentium Pro) goes around giving talks about computer architecture to anyone who will listen and I find him always entertaining. I just ran across a recent presentation from the The 32nd (100,000two-th) Annual International Symposium on Computer Architecture here. Worth reading for the visuals alone.


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Swedish Erik:

Yes! Bob Colwell is my personal god. Good to hear somebody else spreading the word!

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