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zeeglen
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zeeglen   6/4/2014 10:28:42 AM
With 8 arms he can enter parallel data byte-wide - most efficient worker we've ever seen!

Wnderer
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Wnderer   6/4/2014 10:37:32 AM
That's not what I meant by hiring an ARM programmer.

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Rainer Hoffmann   6/4/2014 11:21:21 AM
We did have a fully automated test setup, but then the guy that wrote the software left. We first tried to read his code, but then decided it would be easier to train an octopus to do the work.

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tpfj   6/4/2014 11:35:11 AM
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Our response to Mediatek's octa-core is even more stupid than Qualcomm's.

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Max The Magnificent   6/4/2014 12:40:31 PM
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@tpfj: Our response to Mediatek's octa-core is even more stupid than Qualcomm's.

Love it!

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rjs20   6/4/2014 12:56:17 PM
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I should have known that there was something fishy when Management insisted that we use the old ARM8-based pick and place system for automated testing...

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mhrackin   6/4/2014 1:39:08 PM
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His resume said he was extremely familiar with assembly language with octal coding...  I thought he was a dinosaur!

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mhrackin   6/4/2014 1:41:02 PM
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Is that jar connected to the ESD ground?

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mhrackin   6/4/2014 1:42:00 PM
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Programming a SQUID computer.....

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bnowak0   6/4/2014 1:46:00 PM
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Telling my supervisor that I couldn't perform all those tasks at once because "I'm not an octopuss" gave him the wrong idea.

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