Tuesday Aug 04, 2009

Video of Parfait talk at KCA

CristinaThe Kernel Conference Australia videos are now online on Ustream.  Here's a link to the Parfait talk: http://www.ustream.tv/recorded/1815021

Thursday Jul 16, 2009

Interns Daniel and Christian's presentation at KCA

Our interns Daniel Dawson and Christian Hoermann did an excellent job today at presenting a general overview on Parfait, current results, and giving a demo of the command-line interface and the graphical user interface. 

Intern Nathan Hawes, developer of the UI, would have joined the fun but unfortunately came down with tonsolitis this week.  

Daniel presenting results Christian demoing the Parfait command-lineChristian demoing the Parfait UI

Tuesday Jul 14, 2009

Parfait TechTalk at Kernel Conference Australia

Join us this Thursday at the Kernel Conference Australia in Brisbane, where we discuss about Parfait and finding buffer overflows in 3 open source kernels: OpenSolaris, Linux and OpenBSD. 

Parfait results

 

 

Monday Jun 01, 2009

CommunityOne this Tuesday June 2nd: Secure programming in C

CommunityOne logo 

If you are in San Francisco this week, hear Principal Engineer Scott Rotondo, from the Solaris Security Technologies, this Tuesday June 2nd at the FREE CommunityOne event talking about Secure Programming in C.  If you miss it, here's a link to a paper and slides on the topic, as well as a reference to Parfait ;-)


Friday May 08, 2009

TechTalk in Brisbane @ QUT, Thursday 14th May 2009

Join us for a TechTalk by James McPherson from the Solaris team, who will talk on "Care and feeding of developers: experiences from the OpenSolaris Gate". 

Where: Queensland University of Technology, Gardens Point campus, Room S 408

When: Thursday 14th May 2009, 3-4pm

Host: Umair Awan, QUT Student Ambassador

Abstract 

The OpenSolaris development community is globally distributed, and reliant on well run infrastructure. This presentation will explain some of the quirks and features, as well as covering some of the procedural and infrastructure issues that we have come across while moving to an Open development model including a new source code management system.

Bio

James McPherson has worked for Sun Microsystems for nearly 10 years, in support and development roles. In the past he has supported backup and volume management software, and developed fibre channel, multipathing and SAS features for OpenSolaris. He recently transitioned from his development role to work as gatekeeper for the core OpenSolaris kernel group, responsible for the care and feeding of the gate machines and playing a more hands-on part in keeping OpenSolaris quality up to standard. 

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