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On a 30th of Mar 2012, Dr. Michael Brown came down to a weekly Friday Hacks eventuality to speak to us about a Unix Philosophy. As per normal, pizza was served during 6pm and a speak started during 7pm.
Most people know Unix as an handling complement – despite one that is absolute and still most in use now (in systems as sundry as Apple’s OSX and a several Linux distributions on a marketplace today). Dr. Brown focused privately on a story heading adult to a growth of Unix as good as some of a underlying beliefs and practices that make adult a Unix Philosophy.
Amongst those ideas enclosed a order of modularity, a order of clarity and a order of composition.
Dr. Brown is an Associate Professor and Assistant Dean (External Relations) in a School of Computing during a National University of Singapore. He also frequently serves on a module committees for a vital Computer Vision conferences (ICCV, CVPR, ECCV and ACCV) and is now an Associate Editor for IEEE TPAMI.
About 35 people attended this Friday Hacks session. After Dr. Brown’s talk, we had a short, spontaneous display by NUS Hackers member Divyanshu Arora on a several Linux distributions to try out.
This was an IDA upheld event, and all food and beverages were supposing for with their kind support. We also wrote a post propelling a members to try out, implement and penetrate on a Linux distributions Div had talked about, here.