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Neurophysiology of code complexity
Grigory usually talks about code complexity, Miller's law, "don't gather more than five" rule and other hypotheses trying to answer the question "why it's so hard to create code and to read it". In this talk, he wants to show you the details: how the complexity of the code looks like in the neurons of our brains. We expect a large cognitom tree, cog clouds with optical zoom, visual cortex and cruel experiments with imagination. And code, lots of code. A simple code, a complex code and an incomprehensible code which, on the one hand, is simple, and is complex on the other hand, and at the same time looks like "a cross of parallel lines in the form of a kitten".