Archive for May, 2007

Andrew Tridgell talks about network protocol analysis at the ANU

Saturday, May 26th, 2007

Yesterday I was lucky enough to attend a lecture by Andrew Tridgell at the ANU. He talked about some of the techniques used to analyze undocumented network protocols. It was a very interesting talk and talk was well presented. I first found it a bit odd that he would just show up at the ANU […]

My new cycling record

Thursday, May 10th, 2007

I did about 12.5 km today. I went to see an apartment and after that visited the Australian Taxation office which I found to be a pleasant experience. I am now back at collage and I am planning to take the bus home to Fenner Hall 🙁 . Yes, I am that sore.

Introduction to Statistical Machine learning

Thursday, May 10th, 2007

A very good introduction by Samy Bengio. Access the videos here

Mahmoud porting Inferno to the cell processor

Thursday, May 10th, 2007

my friend, Mahmoud has applied to Google’s Summer of code and has been accepted :). He will be porting Inferno to the cell processor. Now, is that not the coolest thing?

I gave my first tutorial today :)

Wednesday, May 9th, 2007

I have been asked to fill in for one of the tutors for a computer networking course. It seems that he was not able to finish the semester (only half of the semester left now). I have two, 2 hour sessions on Wednesday and today was my first try. I had only about 10 students […]