Well I had to clean up most of my pile of styrofoam cups Wednesday when the marketing guy yelled at everyone in the office for having clutter.
In the past there have been times my office has been a disaster.
This is at our old office, before we bought our own building, right after the setup was built. At the time I was doing some research on Windows 8 release candidate, “metro” (as it was called at the time) app development.
Then a while later the same desk saw HPC cluster prototyping - we’re an Intel Gold partner - and things got real messy, real fast.
Much neater in the racks.
Two stacks, one Intel (left), one Supermicro (right)
Between the two racks shown, there’s 12 terabytes of RAM, and they can host over 3,000 virtual servers.
Of course we had to build out.
The architecture I developed for those would give Cray a run for their money in space and power consumption.
Now I’m on yet another new venture and carved the electronics lab out of part of the storeroom in the basement.
"A developer is a developer is a … "
Never bottle yourself in to one niche for too long! Life is too short.