Monthly Archives: June 2006

Sort Benchmark Medal

Okay, we just received really cool medals for breaking the Sort Benchmark using GPUTeraSort! Advertisements

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Seattle

Went there for a Microsoft internship interview. Lovely Place.

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Shashi, Gagan and Rakesh

I think it was the job season and Gagan had said in his interview with Adobe "I'm not interested in your Company". We had to celebrate the occasion. From left: Shashi, Gagan, Rakesh (I am taking the pic 😦 )

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Landmark Treat, Kanpur (Photos)

Treat for Gchak's B'day Celebration. Color Code: Black -> Rakesh Gray -> Ragesh Yellow -> Gchak Orange (yuck) -> Me

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Batch of 2003 IIT Kanpur (Photo)

This is the batch of 2003 from IIT Kanpur. Find me 5th from the right in the middle row. From the left Top row: Diwaker Gupta, Manish Shrivastava, Murari, Abhaya Agarwal, Jitender Sharan, Hitesh Shah, , Priyendra Singh Deshwal, Mrinal … Continue reading

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Learning from GPUSort

Something surprising and amusing happened near thanksgiving 2005. No, god didn't physically appear to receive my thanks… no, not that. I was working during thanksgiving 2005 on the GPUSort project (with the project lead, Dr. Naga Kiran Govindaraju). The surprising … Continue reading

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A Remote Exploit and its Counter

The project was done on a linux system running on an x86 machine and this article assumes this henceforth. Remote Exploit Concept: The remote exploit demonstrated in this project is a general remote buffer overflow exploit. Simply speaking, the idea … Continue reading

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