Martin Martin Krastev, Senior Software Developer, Chaos Group | Total Chaos

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At the heart of every programmable computing system sits a programming interface known as an instruction set architecture (ISA). Every conceivable task that a system has to execute needs to be described in terms of the ISA. But, over the past decade, general-purpose computers may have reached a stage in their evolution where ISAs don't matter any more. Martin will give his take on this subject via a series of micro case studies across today’s dominant ISAs: x86-64 and ARMv8.
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ChaosGroupTV, Vray
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