Is OpenCL beats CUDA?

Hi, there is no short answer to that question. I found that only and the best implementation of OpenCL is on macOS and I compared Nvidia Titan RTX 24GB GDDRX VRAM ($3000) on GNU/Linux, on CUDA, on OpenCL… and to beat it I chose AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2 VRAM ($700), but on GNU/Linux is slow, very slow. However, on the installed by me Continue ReadingIs OpenCL beats CUDA?

Product of The Year 2017

The winner is: eGFX Breakaway Puck RX 570 aka Beauty Beast Pros: Natively support macOS 10.13.1, support ghost HDMI adapter, very quiet, awesome :-). Cons: Price :-(, ghost HDMI adapter could be included. p ;-).

eGFX Breakaway Puck Beauty Beast

Hi, some time ago I wrote the post about Sonnet eGPU company product. It was in my opinion too big, too heavy and overall not nice. But I found on the YouTube nice video when Sonnet representative has small box to present and he named it puck solution. It was awesome, I found on the research and development of the company that this is Continue ReadingeGFX Breakaway Puck Beauty Beast

Motivational Speach

I was never try to give a motivation a speech and probably I will never do publicly. But after great people like Steve, Oprah, Joan, Bill who had given a speech to postgraduate of Stanford and Harvard I want to try to write my own three stories of my life, no big deal just three stories. I know I am not a category of Continue ReadingMotivational Speach

Review Roard

Hi, today I will use 3 thousands words on 3 draws, what can I say? can you told me what you folks think about those ideas by 2 authors? About 1 or maybe 2 subjects… Are you get the point? The answers are below this text… Piotr . Paulinka . p ;).

eGPU for MacBook Pro 13

Hi, today I would like to share with you my recent idea to improve GPU of my MacBook Pro with external GPU on the Thunderbold 3 connection. I invest into Akitio Thunder3 PCIe Box. Not because it is the best and the fastest solution, but because it looks very nice and it is small. I know that for developers Apple sells for $599 eGPU Continue ReadingeGPU for MacBook Pro 13

Batch Processing Aspect in Java

Hi, today I made port of my Batch Processing Aspect in Java. It is quite a bit different aspect than I made previously in C#. In C# I made something that is fully asynchronous and in Java I made aspect that does sync invocations from many threads. I have in my mind uses of this aspect to web application or web api or web Continue ReadingBatch Processing Aspect in Java

TEDx Krakow 2015

Hi, today I was on the biggest TEDx in Poland, TEDx Krakow 2015 #tedxkrakow. The event was amazing. There were a lot of talks, presentations and shows given by amazing presenters. Also in the Conference Center ICE I meet great people with true passion. I really enjoy today event and you probably in short time see all presentation on the TEDx Krakow web site. Continue ReadingTEDx Krakow 2015

SQL Ninja uses ORDER BY with CASE

Hi, today I want to show you simple technique which can be used when you need parameterised ORDER BY cause in T-SQL. Sometimes you may want to have elegant query. Example is from my today’s code review that I gave to colleague. On the Internet is very difficult to find such solution. So, I decided to show it to you here. There are many Continue ReadingSQL Ninja uses ORDER BY with CASE

Using of TextWriter by StringBuilder

Hi, today I want to share with you very simple idea of using correctly TextWriter class. You can imagine that TextWriter is created on the network stream solution in SOA (WCF), REST (WebAPI) or Web (ASP.NET) application. When you write to that stream very often you could have a lot of unnecessary round-trips between clients and server. But there is a nice technique with Continue ReadingUsing of TextWriter by StringBuilder