New blog location

It's been rather a long time since I've posted anything to my blog. That's mainly because of spending my time on some other projects (more on that soon).

As everyone knows, Sun has been taken over by Oracle, and with that there's a new set of rules that govern blogging.

As folks who've been reading this blog for a while, it's mainly technical stuff, with some trips off into things that interest me. So I've decided to set up a blog where I can continue to post a mix of personal and technical content. I fully anticipate continuing to use this blog to talk about technical stuff, and I'll figure out the details of how having two blogs works as I go along - I imagine that I'll be duplicating content most of the time.

So you now have a choice of where to read my material, here, or http://www.darrylgove.com/

Comments:

I think overall the combination of Sun and Oracle will be a much stronger one but i hope Oracle remembers how to utilize the strengths of Sun and not just chuck it under the bed...

Posted by Raymond Tay on January 31, 2010 at 08:28 AM PST #

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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:
Multicore Application Programming
Solaris Application Programming
The Developer's Edge

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