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I found these lines:
2000 74 3 .text 00000071
2001 74 3 .text 00000070
2002 74 3 .text 0000006F
Which look a little like an asm listing or something. Maybe its a part of a game, maybe its part of the standard uefi runtime.
h-index, after the h-index is published. In the same year, he also received the third highest IF of an Indian research professor, while being a deputy editor of a leading Indian science journal.
“I’m a big believer that the PI should not dictate which papers are published,” he said. “We should be careful in making any judgements about which paper is or is not publishable. We should be more judicious in choosing our sample of papers to be published.”
He has published more than 500 papers, he said, most of which have a citation count of around 1,000.
“It’s not fair to say that only the best papers are chosen for publication,” he said. “What we should be doing is providing a ‘good enough’ paper for Indian researchers in their early career.”
After he retired, he and his son, Rahul Jha, decided to share the duties.
“Rahul has joined [Stanford University] to become the sole editor of a famous American journal, but I continue editing and producing the journal. It’s all hands on deck.”
As the Indian-origin population in the United States continues to grow, he has received more invitations to speak in India, where some of the most basic science is being used to address the healthcare problems.
“I think this is a huge opportunity for young Indian science talent to develop the world’s best science,” he said. “I was lucky to have grown up in the US and had great exposure to this country’s science and technology.”
He was also fortunate to see Prof Nabothian rise from basic science to some of the most significant scientific discoveries of the century.
“This was a real privilege to be a part of. One of the highest moments of my life has been learning of his mathematical discovery. Everything in science, from the way we understand the Universe to deep-seated philosophical questions about human nature, has benefitted tremendously from
look on the filename of the downloaded file. I see 3-ish files there. looks like there are 3 different programs inside the one download. I was able to get the ‘crack’ one by looking at the filenames of that “crack”.
Open up the torrent and see if there are any ‘crack’ filenames in that torrent… you need to find the torrent that has one to install.
Google Compute Engine / Dataproc vs Google Kubernetes Engine / Cloud Run for backend services, microservices or whatever
I read some threads here and I am a bit confused about that.
About Big Data frameworks, I saw people talking about 2 different use cases for Cloud Run or Dataproc.
Traditional backend service deployment on cloud resources where the backend is written in some tech and you want to use it.
Microservice based application where you take multiple small solutions and develop them in a modular way,
where you can share/reuse code across the modules.
In this case, should I use Cloud Run or Dataproc?
Note: I saw this thread which discusses about deployment and not about implementation.
Based on the Dataproc documentation, Dataproc seems to be more of a way to manage resources to host functions.
Cloud Run is, as you say, mostly for functions themselves (application servers, similar to “CPUs”), and Cloud Run seems to be the most in-depth documentation you will find for it.
The Kubernetes documentation for Cloud Run is… too narrow and too generic. There are multiple flavors of Cloud Run, with different scaling plans (including the K8s doc mentions only Standard Plan, no Managed version is mentioned).
The Kubernetes docs aren’t even naming the target platform (as of 24 February 2020), instead it is “a fully managed cloud instance with one or more Kubernetes components”. So what exactly is managed?
These are each bigger, can’t give you a specific answer here.
In my opinion, using Kubernetes would make more sense, as it will be more stable over time than Cloud Run. It will have more community documentation than Cloud Run, and will be more mature (as in a more modern version of Kubernetes).