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I’ve finished watching the lectures and taking notes for the operating systems refresher course 1 that covers operating system fundamentals, the course covering topics including virtual memory system (e.g. paging, virtually indexed physically tagged) and file systems (e.g. FAT, EXT, inodes) and multi-threaded program (e.g. mutexes, conditional variables, synchronization) and networking 2.


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My Introduction In The Piazza Forum For Graduate

What other OMS courses have you taken? 2 more to go!!! Graduate Introduction to Operating Systems (GIOS), Computer Networks (CN), Information Security (IS), High Performance Computing Architecture (HPCA), Educational Technology, Compilers, Advanced Operating Systems (AOS) Distributed Computing. What is something interesting about you?

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Five Tips For Surviving (or Thriving) In The OMSCS Program

This means that I have 3 more courses to complete until I graduate with my masters in computer science from Georgia Tech. This post assumes that you are already enrolled as a student in the program. If you are still on the fence as to whether or not you should join the program, check out Adrian’s blog post on “Georgia Tech Review: yes

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Advanced OS – Study Notes Reflection (from Day 1) – Matt Chung

Here’s a quick recap of what I was able to remember from taking four system courses (i.e. computer organization, operating systems, high performance computing architecture, and compilers): Naive Memory Model – Normally we think that memory access is fast. But that’s an oversimplification and it is much more nuanced.

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Next Up: Compilers (theory And Practice) And Reflecting On

On top of all of this, omscentral reviews (the unofficial review website for courses offered by online master’s program at Georgia Tech) suggest that the course demands anywhere between 15-25 hours per week. Those extra 10 hours gotta come from somewhere.

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Distributed Computing – Goodbye And Thanks For The

But above all else, thanks to all the other students in this class, I felt extremely supported, more supported than any of the 8 courses I had previously taken in the program. More than once throughout the class I contemplated just throwing in the towel.

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Advanced Operating System Notes (File Systems) – Matt Chung

Although I’ve covered file systems in previous courses, including graduate introduction of operating systems, I really enjoy learning more about this concept in a little depth. The file system’s module is packed with great material, the material introducing a high level introduction of file system and then jumps into the deep end unveils

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2020 Year In Review – Matt Chung

Between now and then, I’ll need to complete three more courses: high performance computing; distributed computing; graduate algorithms. The main motivation for graduate school has been — and will continue to be — stretching my brain and forcing myself to …

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Being Present In The Moment & Daily Review – Day Ending In

On a separate note, I’ve been really enjoying doodling. If that’s something that you are interested in, I’d highly recommend checking out Cathy Wu’s courses on Skillshare. So far, I’ve watch these short lessons (between 10-30 minutes) — I watch them when winding down from a long day of parenting, work, and studying for graduate

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Losing 2 Hours Searching For A Website Bookmark & Weekly

My weekly review that normally takes place first thing in the morning on Sundays was completely derailed this time around, all because I could find the URL to a website that I had sworn I bookmarked for my wife’s birthday present.

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Distributed Computing CS7210 Distributed Computing – A

Distributed Computing was offered in the OMSCS program for the first time this past semester (i.e. Spring 2021) and when the course opened up for registration, a storm of newly admitted and seasoned students signed themselves up — me included.

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Making Sense Of The “sense Reversing Barrier

What’s the deal with a sense reversing barrier?Even after watching the lectures on the topic, I was still confused as to how a single flag could toggle between two values (true and false) can communicate whether or not all processes (or threads) are running in the same critical section.

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Masters In CS Paying Off – Matt Chung

Taking computer science courses are already paying off in my career. Nothing too significant (yet) but I am witnessing small wins. For example, this past summer I suffered through HPCA (high performance computing architecture), a course historically only …

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Week 1 Of Master’s In Computer Science – Matt Chung

Before getting into this master’s program, I was taking a handful of undergraduate computer science courses (e.g. computer organization, discrete mathematics, data structures) from University of North Dakota and University of Northern Iowa, two excellent schools that offered courses through their Distant Learning platform.

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Advanced Operating Systems – Day 3 Recap – Matt Chung

The below write up consists of notes that I took while watching Multi-Threaded programming module from the Advanced Operating system’s refresher course 1.I watched this third module before the second module (on File Systems, the next lecture series I’ll watch) because I started tackling the homework assignment that has us students debug a buggy multi-threaded program …

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PAXOS – I’m Coming For You! – Matt Chung

I’m now half way through Distributed Computing course at Georgia Tech and us students are now tackling the penultimate project: building a replicated state machine using PAXOS. This project will be challenging (probably going to require 40+ hours) and it’ll put my theoretical knowledge to the test and reflect back, in a couple weeks, how much I learned.

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Linear Algebra Check In – Matt Chung

Like other high level courses, calculus built on top of other branches of mathematics, courses that I had taken the previous years. And because I didn’t put in the effort in those other courses, I found myself completely lost and confused and frustrated during calculus. I mean, I could mechanically solve for the derivative or integral, but I

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August 2020 – Page 3 – Matt Chung

Although I’ve covered file systems in previous courses, including graduate introduction of operating systems, I really enjoy learning more about this conc COVID19 / Graduate School. My First Research Paper: COVID19 and the impact on higher education. Posted on August 21, 2020 by Matt Chung.

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Admitted Into Georgia Tech Master’s In Computer Science

But after taking undergraduate computer science courses (e.g. computer organization, data structures, discrete mathematics, linear algebra), I’m convinced that learning more about my craft is something I want to dedicate myself to.

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