Debugging the de Bruijn Sequence

Length: 5 minutes


Debugging the de Bruijn sequence. I gave this talk at the O'Reilly OSCON 2005 lightning talks sessions. It may posibly be the silliest and most pointless talk I have ever given.

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When I gave this talk, I did not speak a single word. I just showed the slides one after another, letting the audience absorb them. I went quickly, taking only a few seconds per slide.

Update 20070405: Thanks to the efforts of Makoto Nozaki and Tatsuhiko Miyagawa, the talk is now available in Japanese.

Update 20070410: audio of the performance at YAPC::Asia 2007 is available.

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