Moving Away From The x86
The world seems to be slowly distancing itself from The x86 in favor of less insane architectures like ARM and, in some cases, even RISC-V. Naturally, as someone who has experienced what systems programming on The x86 is like themself lately, i welcome this shift with open arms (believe me, you really do not want to bootstrap an Intel processor). However, this does not mean we aren’t going to run into major issues. TL;DR: It would be super cool to have an ARM daughter board that pops into one of your x86 tower’s PCIe slots, and use kernel magic to connect the two for native binary compatibility with multiple architectures.