As proven by our recent surge in the fight against SAGoons, regular reminders of our Folding team's efforts have contributed mightily to our progress. Damage has asked me to contribute a weekly progress update about Team TR. Every week, I'll note our new members and top producers, and I'll link into hot threads on the distributed computing forum. As new articles and tutorials become available, they will be publicized and linked to here on a weekly basis. All stats will be gathered noonish Monday from ExtremeOC.
If you're not on the list, get cracking!
Thus ends the first edition of the Folding Weekly. Feel free to mail in topics, suggestions, or corrections. Let's get back in the Top 10 quickly!
|Fujitsu joins the deep-learning stampede with specialized silicon||6|
|Doom 6.66 update brings free DLC and a multi-platform free weekend||16|
|Intel graphics driver 15.46 fixes a slew of games||21|
|Arctic Cooling Liquid Freezer AIOs stand ready for Threadripper||8|
|Intel price list reveals Core i9-7920X cache size and base clock||87|
|ASML demonstrates production-ready EUV tool throughput||26|
|Caviar Day Shortbread||11|
|Everybody was a winner at the TR BBQ XIV||23|
|Google Glass returns as a tool for businesses||10|
|Impressive, most impressive.||+43|