Monday May 12, 2008

Slides for CommunityOne

All the slides for last week's CommunityOne conference are available for download. I was presenting in the CMT stream, you can find my slides here. Note that to download the slides, you'll need to use the username and password shown on the page.

My talk was on parallelisation. What's supported by the compiler, the steps to do it, and the tools that support that. I ended with an overview of microparallelisation.

Friday May 02, 2008

Official reschedule notice for CommunityOne

Session ID: S297077
Session Title: Techniques for Utilizing CMT
Track: Chip Multithreading (CMT): OpenSPARCâ„¢
Room: Esplanade 302
Date: 2008-05-05
Start Time: 13:30 

The official timetable has also been updated

Wednesday Apr 30, 2008

CommunityOne Panel and reschedule

I've heard that my session at CommunityOne is now scheduled from 1:30. The panel session that was scheduled for that time has been shifted to the 11:00am slot. However, the timetable currently up on the site does not reflect that change. I've been invited to appear on the panel - which I'm looking forward to. See you there!

Wednesday Apr 23, 2008

Time and location for CommunityOne

I've just had a mail giving time and location for my presentation at CommunityOne.

Session ID: S297077
Session Title: Techniques for Utilizing CMT
Track: Chip Multithreading (CMT): OpenSPARCâ„¢
Room: Esplanade 302
Date: 2008-05-05
Start Time: 11:00

See you there!

Tuesday Mar 25, 2008

Conference schedule

The next two months are likely to be a bit hectic for me. I'm presenting at three different conferences, as well as a chat session in Second Life. So I figured I'd put the information up in case anyone reading this is also going to one or other of the events. So in date order:

I'll be talking about parallelisation at the various conferences, the talks will be different. The multi-core expo talks focuses on microparallelisation. The ESC talk will probably be higher level, and the CommunityOne talk will probably be wider ranging, and I hope more interactive.

In the Second Life event I'll be talking about the book, although the whole idea of appearing is to do Q&A, so I hope that will be more of a discussion.

Tuesday Feb 26, 2008

Presentation at communityone

Had my presentation on parallelisation accepted for CommunityOne on 5th May in San Francisco.

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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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