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Our Legacy, History, and Mutual Incompatibilities

Sometimes we have to find a way around our design challenges. Sometimes finding the equilibrium between our design legacy and the futuristic stuff we want to do is harder than we we expected. In this week’s episode of Fish Fry, Nigel Forrester (Concurrent Technologies) joins us to discuss the ongoing security challenges in the world of embedded computing and how we can balance the past with the present and the future. Also this week, we check an amazing new discovery out of the University of Arizona that challenges some of our prevalent theories about how dying stars seed the universe.

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Links for May 3, 2019

More information about Concurrent Technologies

More information about The Wooz (New York Times)

Video of The Wooz (Youtube)

Ashes of a Dying Star Hold Clues about Solar System’s Birth (University of Arizona)

Laboratory evidence for co-condensed oxygen- and carbon-rich meteoritic stardust from nova outbursts (Whitepaper)

 

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