Lurking beneath the binary dance of all fine software is the secretive process of semiconductor fabrication. In the founding developers' era, it took about three months to cultivate 170 million transistors per square millimeter on a sliver of silicon. Nowadays, the process is shrouded in mystery - humans have long been expelled from the sterile environments that serve as the birthplace of computer chips.
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