The #MirageOS project report from their sprint retreat! Amazing how many projects they touched -- https://mirage.io/blog/2019-spring-retreat-roundup
IIT Madras is running OCaml/#MirageOS straight on their Shakti RISC-V CPU!
“As a first step, we have managed to get OCaml programs to run on directly on top of the Shakti processor running in simulation under QEMU and Spike ISA simulators...”
“... next step will be getting the code to run on a Shakti softcore on an FPGA. ... we will also be targeting the $100 Arty A7 hobbyist board and release all of the software under liberal open-source licenses.”
I am thinking of learning #ocaml, would anyone be willing to share his recommendations on where to start from?
Notice how there's actual characters showing up so I may be onto something one day.
Joking around with my girlfriend telling her that I need to open a YouTube channel focusing on programming and pickup artistry, the next level of terrible Youtube.
“So then if you approach her and tell her that you program professionally in OCaml she’s gonna give you her real number 90% of the time, that’s for sure bros”
“My number is 911”
OCaml, Unikernel, things.
Server run by the main developers of the project It is not focused on any particular niche interest - everyone is welcome as long as you follow our code of conduct!