Nettalk on OpenSPARC live

Just before the break, I got the opportunity to take part in a nettalk on the OpenSPARC initiative. I was talking about the CoolTools part of the initiative.

I hugely enjoyed the experience, we were locked up in a conference room for a couple of hours together with a set of microphones, and rather strangely a (digital) stereo tape recorder - I'd expected them to use a multitrack recorder. However, the set up was such that Fadi (who was asking the questions) got one channel, and the person answering got the other.

Anyway, most of what I talked about was recorded on the first take, a couple of the answers I got supremely tongue-tied, so I had to try them again. The tapes were then dragged off for post-production editing, the 'er...' filtering appears to have left a few of mine in, so goodness knows how many were there to begin with. They also added a transcript, which appears a bit 'funky' in places (must be the accent ;).

I'm expecting a follow up ExpertExchange, which is a live Q&A, to be scheduled soon, so watch out for that.

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Darryl Gove is a senior engineer in the Solaris Studio team, working on optimising applications and benchmarks for current and future processors. He is also the author of the books:
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