It's 2018. Are you serious?!
Every now and then, I come across a document that was written less than 5 years ago and has something that is so jarringly out of date that (even if it makes sense when you really think about it) it takes me a second to process.
Today, I was browsing through the IBM Redbook on Power8 performance tuning and came across this gem:
Now, as I said, it makes sense when you think about it, as IBM (particularly in the AIX and i (AS/400) space) has to manage a LOT of legacy code, but the initial lolwut was fun.
So, yeah. Whatchagot?