Tuesday Oct 20, 2009

New Tech Days Archive in Advocacy

I rebuilt the old Sun Tech Days pages in Advocacy today and consolidated 34 pages into 2. I had wanted to get those pages cleaned up for the migration to XWiki because I have some of my own slides in there, and some people used my content as the basis of other presentations so I want to preserve that history. But many of the pages and most of the links were broken, a bunch of stuff was just missing, and what was left was not migrating to XWiki that well. Time to fix. All we really need is a basic archive of speakers, bios, venue dates, and presentations. So I just took out all the tables and graphics and broken stuff and started over. Plus, we don't need 34 pages gumming up the left nav on the new site when we move. Simple lists work best. Now, there were about 120 presentation attachments that had to be downloaded, reorganized, uploaded, and re-linked, so I'm sure I missed and/or broke a few. I'll clean them this week and then delete the old pages when I know I have the links right after the next migration on Wednesday. Anyway, here they are:

Sun Tech Days Archive 2006-2007 | Sun Tech Days Archive 2007-2008

Friday Dec 05, 2008

Tokyo OSUG Nomikai: 120408

Last night the Tokyo OpenSolaris User Group met for our first nomikai along with some Sun guys from the Tech Days confernce. Special thanks to Shoji Haraguchi for the shirts! We figured we`d make a bit of a statement by picking a color that would really show up in the photos. :)

Wednesday Dec 03, 2008

Tokyo Tech Days: Day Two

Here are day two images from Tech Days in Tokyo. Not as many today as yesterday. I was exhausted from late meetings last night so I just ran out of gas today.  James Hughes gave a great keynote on operating systems and multicore chips, and there were many other great sessions on Java and OpenSolaris. And at the end of the day, we gave away an Ultra20. I am still struggling to get my focusing and exposures right at 1.4 (so shallow ... I can`t imagine 1.2). But it`s fun and I`m getting better.

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The New OpenSolaris T-Shirt

Here's the new OpenSolaris t-shirt (get the source file). Pretty cool. Just click on the shirt for the source to the artwork. We are sending thousands of these guys out as part of the new OpenSolaris User Group Starter Kits. Start an OSUG. Get a shirt.


Tuesday Dec 02, 2008

Tokyo Tech Days: Day One

Some shots from day one at Tokyo Tech Days. Lots of sessions and labs and demos and walking around talking to a lot of people. It was also great to see James Gosling again and hear about the many Java communities out there. Although we all think of James as a technologist, I have come to see him more as a master community builder and craftsman. A wonderful guy, too.

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Monday Dec 01, 2008

Tokyo Tech Days: Rehearsals

Tokyo Tech Days begins tomorrow, but we did show prep and rehearsals tonight. I only took a few shots. That`s James Hughes down there in the first three images. He`s a Sun Fellow and Solaris CTO, and he`ll do the Wednesday morning keynote on OpenSolaris. There are many tracks and speakers and there will probably be over a thousand people roaming around, so I`ll shoot what I can inbetween my work duties.

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OpenSolaris on the EeePC

OpenSolaris on the EeePC is moving right along in Japan. See's Masafumi Ohta's post on the L1E/L2 driver from yesterday (and thank you, Murayama-san). EeePC discussions are going on at OpenSolaris right here, and the community is getting more and more active all the time. Join in. Also, Ohta-san will be doing a lightning talk about OpenSolaris on the EeePC at Sun's Tokyo Tech Days on Wednesday. Stop by.

Friday Nov 28, 2008

Tokyo Tech Days Next Week

Next week is Sun Tech Days at Tokyo Midtown in Roppongi. Stop by. Lots of OpenSolaris, Java, MySQL, Web 2.0, and university activities. James Gosling and James Hughes will keynote. I'll take a lot of pics. See Masu for an update in Japanese.

Friday Oct 31, 2008

Sun Tech Days Tokyo: Registration Opens

Registration for the Sun Tech Days conference in Tokyo is now open. Sign up. Stop by. It's free.

Thursday Oct 16, 2008

James and James in Japan

James Gosling and James Hughes will be in Japan for the Sun Tech Days Conference the fist week of December. Lots of Java. Lots of Solaris. Stop by. There's plenty of room for everyone.

Wednesday Sep 17, 2008

Intel to Open Tech Days Brazil

I just found out that Intel is doing one of the keynote presentations at Tech Days in São Paulo, Brazil September 29th to October 1st. The Brazil conference is the first of 13 events in the Tech Days schedule this year. Intel is a Gold Sponsor for the tour and a Platinum Sponsor for the São Paulo event, so it's good to see those guys not only participating from an engineering perspective but also supporting things with sponsorships as well.

Sean Maloney, Intel EVP and Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, will be doing a keynote -- Acelera Brasil -- on the 30th about how the market in Brazil has grown over the last decade, some of the opportunities for developers around mobility and the enterprise, and also how the Sun and Intel collaboration is providing new tools to accelerate the growth of technology that will become the infrastructure of Brazil. Acelera Brasil means Accelerate Brazil, obviously. I understand that Sean is a technical guy and a very good speaker. And he's the first Intel exec to keynote at Tech Days.

Intel is also doing a technical session -- Optimizing OpenSolaris for Xeon -- in the Solaris track on the 29th with Max Alt, Intel’s Strategic Relationship Manager for Sun. Max is a good guy. We spoke in Prague. I'm jealous he's going to Brazil and I'm not. I first met Max at JavaOne a couple of years ago in San Francisco. I guess that's when Sun and Intel first got together on all this. He asked a million questions, as I recall. They just kept on coming and coming. :) Very nice dinner, too.

Intel seems all over the place these days supporting Solaris and OpenSolaris, Java, MySQL, xVM and other Sun software products and developer programs. That's cool. OpenSolaris needs more corporate involvement like this. Well, we need more individual involvement, too, but having some big vendors in the mix is important because they tend to bring resources to help the community grow. Also, Intel has a lot of experience with Linux, so that helps us with our community-building efforts as well. The core engineering project for Intel and OpenSolaris can be found on opensolaris.org, and if any of this is of interest technically, you may also want to check out Dave Stewart, the Intel engineering manager for OpenSolaris. He's made some outstanding videos of OpenSolaris on Intel. Dave is also known as "Intel Dave" and I'm proud to say I coined the term right on advocacy-discuss.

And I'll be checking in with the Intel guys in Beijing when I go to China next week. Should be fun.

I keep track of all my Intel stuff tagged here.

Wednesday Aug 20, 2008

Sun Tech Days 2008-2009 Schedule

Sun published the Tech Days 2008-2009 Schedule recently. The tour will going to 13 cities, so check the dates and stop by. There will be plenty of ways to learn about and get involved with multiple technologies and communities. I'll be at the Tokyo event in December for sure.

Wednesday Apr 16, 2008

ZFS Survives the Sledgehammer

Cool demo of Jim Hughes pounding on some drives at Tech Days in Russia -- [zfs-discuss] "ZFS, Smashing Baby" demo is on YouTube

Tuesday Nov 06, 2007

OpenSolaris Day Tokyo

Here are a few shots from OpenSolaris Day in Tokyo today. Many more images from the day on flickr. We heard presentations from Mitsuru Sasanuma, Russ Blaine, Rao Shoaib, Elaine Ding, Takeshi Asano, Akira Ohsone, and Reiko Saito. And SuHwan Jeong won the Ultra20 system to top off a great day with about 150 attendees.

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All the Tokyo Tech Days pics here.

Saturday Nov 03, 2007

OpenSolaris Day Beijing

Here are some pics from OpenSolaris Day in Beijing. It was a long day, but we had a nice turnout on a Saturday with about 180 people. It was great to see the Beijing OpenSolaris User Group for the final session, and it was great fun giving away the Ultra20 to Baojian Chang, a kernel developer in Beijing.

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All pics from OpenSolaris in China here.

Saturday Oct 27, 2007

OpenSolaris University World Tour: Nanjing

Today we went to Nanjing University for a really cool time with over 400 university students. Lots of conversations about OpenSolaris technology, community-building, and Project Indiana. And a bunch of Chinese conversation that passed right over my head.

Special thanks to John Jiang for running this event today. John had quite a problem on his hands last night. He got a call over dinner alerting him that the event was over booked by 200 students! Nice problem to have, eh? Anyway, some quick -- and resourceful -- thinking and he found a second venue. Then he split up our team so we could cover two locations, so we ended up engaging more than 600 students in total today. Wild. The scale of the OpenSolaris operation here is impressive the say the very least.

A couple of things blew me away about today: the students really asked some advanced questions about OpenSolaris, which means they are starting to understand things in depth and that means the information is starting to resonate. Also, they were very animated and interactive as well. The language barriers are still there, but on this trip I've really started to see significant improvement. Also, many students stopped me in the hall after my talk and asked how they can participate and contribute. Their boldness and excitement is palpable, and it's very encouraging. Also cool to see is John's Java application enabling the audience to give live feedback using their cell phones with the data displayed on the screen, which, of course, generates a lot of active participation (and shouting and laughter, too).

Below are some images from the Nanjing event with presentations from Sin-Yaw Wang, John Jiang, Liang Ye, and me as well as the ACM/ICPC programming contest event earlier in the day.

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OpenSolaris in Beijing, Shanghai, and Nanjing on Flickr.

Friday Oct 26, 2007

OpenSolaris Day Shanghai

Some shots from OpenSolaris Day in Shanghai yesterday. Special congrats to Kevin Wu for winning the Ultra20 computer at the end of the day. It was a long day but great fun. I presented an overview of OpenSolaris and we had talks from Scott Tracy, Leland Chen, Eric Yu, Max Zhen, Jarrett Lu, Xinfeng Liu, and the Shanghai OpenSolaris User Group.

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OpenSolaris Days at Shanghai, Nanjing, and Beijing 2007. Photo set on Flickr.

Thursday Oct 25, 2007

Intel OpenSolaris Engineering in Shanghai

The Intel OpenSolaris engineering team treated me to a nice dinner tonight in Shanghai. It was such a pleasure hanging out with these guys. We had some great conversations about OpenSolaris and how to work more effectively in the open around the world. Some of the engineers have a lot of experience in the Linux community, so I expect they'll be able to help us in some areas as they simultaneously all become experts in OpenSolais kernel development. Oh, and if you forget your root password on your laptop (like I did), there's no better place to have dinner, that's for sure.

So, anyway, meet the Intel OpenSolaris engineering team in Shanghai: Allen Lu, Aubrey Li, Chen Zhihui, Li Ting, Borun Fu, Eric Guo, Frank Zhang, Ma Ling, Frank Wang.

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Intel OpenSolaris team on Flickr. 

Wednesday Oct 24, 2007

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Tim Bray talking Web 2.0 at Tech Days this morning.

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A nice little tech dinner with the Tech Days team last night.

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Tuesday Oct 23, 2007

OpenSolaris at Intel

I went along with Ian Murdock, Jim Walker, and John Jiang to meet the Intel engineering team outside Shanghai today. Special thanks to our Intel host Frank Wang for showing us around.

Intel has an impressive Linux engineering operation here in China, so it's great to have them involved in OpenSolaris as well. Ian presented OpenSolaris to the group, which was very helpful to hear as we get closer to the upcoming developer preview release of the binary distribution. Frank will be presenting about Intel and OpenSolaris tomorrow at Tech Days, so I'll have to stop by and catch up on my Chinese.

Very cool day. Even the near death driving experiences dodging the cars and bicycles and pedestrians all mixing on the highways of Shanghai. Driving is interesting here. The traffic is one thing, but this concept of effortlessly poking in on the other side of the road into oncoming traffic is another thing altogether. It seems the lines painted on the roads are mere suggestions. Wild.

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See the Intel OpenSolaris project here.

Monday Oct 22, 2007

Shanghai Tonight

Nice night tonight in Shanghai. I'm here for Sun's Tech Days event this week. Should be a great time. The conference center around the corner is where OpenSolaris was actually announced in 2004. Good to be back.

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Shanghai set on flickr

Monday Sep 10, 2007

Tech Days Kicks Off

Sun announces the Tech Days tour. Check the schedule for a city near you. I'll be at most of the Asian cities to participate in the various OpenSolaris and Solaris activities.

Tuesday Jul 17, 2007

OpenSolaris Days 2007-2008

I see that Sun announced the upcoming 2007-2008 Tech Days Tour.
  • Boston, United States September 11-12, 2007
  • Rome, Italy September 24-25, 2007
  • Milan, Italy September 26-28, 2007
  • Shanghai, China October 22-24, 2007
  • Beijing, China October 29-31, 2007
  • Tokyo, Japan November 6-8, 2007
  • Frankfurt, Germany December 5-7, 2007
  • Atlanta, United States January 9-10, 2008
  • Bangalore, India February, 2008
  • Johannesburg, South Africa March 10-13, 2008
  • Sydney, Australia March, 2008
  • St. Petersburg, Russia April, 2008
  • Manila, Phillipines April/May, 2008
  • Mexico City, Mexico May 21-23, 2008
I'm sure we'll have a free OpenSolaris Day at each one of these events, so we'd really like to get the OpenSolaris User Groups involved. And if we don't have user groups in these areas, this is a good opportunity to start new ones. I'll probably be involved in some of the Asian Tech Days events.

Friday Nov 10, 2006

OpenSolaris in Korea 142 Photos

I just got back from OpenSolaris Day at Sun's Tech Days Conference in Korea. I took a few pics, as you can see. I'm lucky I got these. I think my little G2 is on it's last legs.

Anyway, it was great to see the Tech Days team again (thanks for the book, Frank!) and to meet the Sun Korean team as well as the many developers who attended the conference. It was a successful day of events for sure. There's certainly a lot of interest in Solaris and OpenSolaris in Korea. There were more than 210 developers and administrators who attended OpenSolaris Day. The OpenSolaris Day World Tour is a day of OpenSolaris tagged on to the main Sun Tech Days conference tour. The conference itself is much bigger, of course, and includes lots of technical sessions on Solaris and Java.

At the end of OpenSolaris Day, we held a drawing for a free Ultra 20, which was great fun. The winner was Park Jeong Hwan, an engineer from ZUVIX Technology. Congratulations!



Monday Nov 06, 2006

Free Ultra 20s at OpenSolaris Day Korea

I'm heading over to Korea on Tuesday for OpenSolaris Day at Sun's Tech Days conference. If you are in the area, stop by. OpenSolaris is participating in all of the Tech Days events around the world, and I'm going to all the Asian shows (which for me started with China). Oh and also, we are giving away three -- yes, three -- Ultra 20s with 20" monitors at the show -- one at the end of OpenSolaris Day on Wednesday, one at the end of the main Solaris technical track on Thursday, and one at the OpenSolaris/Solaris pod at the end of the conference on Friday.

Saturday Sep 30, 2006

OpenSolaris at Tech Days Beijing: 150 Photos

I spent a few days in China with the OpenSolaris community at Sun's Tech Days Beijing Conference. This conference tour is really growing in diversity these days. NetBeans participation is huge, and OpenSolaris is all over the place as well. I think we are all helping to build on an already successful conference series with the inclusion of these open source projects. NetBeans got involved in last year's tour, and OpenSolaris is getting involved this year.

OpenSolaris at Tech Days Beijing In Beijing this week, about a dozen Solaris executives, engineers, and managers from the U.S. and China participated in multiple events at the conference -- the Solaris track on day two, the OpenSolaris Day on day three, the Beijing OpenSolaris User Group meeting at Tsinghua University, the new Beijing Solaris Product User Group, and the University World Tour at the China Academy of Science (CAS) Graduate School of Engineering. That's a lot. But the demand is clearly there. Very impressive.

Interest in Solaris and OpenSolaris is running very high in China. The sessions were well attended, and they all offered solid technical content. Even I participated, though I don't talk about technology. I presented my OpenSolaris community story twice -- once to the students at CAS and once at the OpenSolaris Day at Tech Days. The CAS event went on for hours and hours on Thursday. It was a very hot day, and the room had no air conditioning. Yet a total of 650 students attended, and many were standing and sitting on the floor all over the place. Amazing. The OpenSolaris Day ran all of Friday, and there were about 165 developers or so. At the conference generally, well over a thousand people were exposed to various Solaris and OpenSolaris conversations during three days of events.

I took some shots from as many sessions as I could, but I clearly missed a lot of stuff. There was a professional photographer floating around with a real cannon for a camera, so I hope the Tech Days team posts his pictures someplace. He was shooting some nice stuff. I see Joey has some images, and so does John. There will probably be more in the coming weeks.

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Thanks to the Tech Days team for having me around. And thanks to the Sun China guys for taking care of me, so I didn't get cluelessly lost all week with everything going on. It's so impressive the scale that these guys are dealing with. I'm looking forward to investing a great deal of time in China with you guys. :)

A call for open community participation. If you are doing interesting things with OpenSolaris and want to get involved with the Tech Days conference tour, let us know. Let me a comment or email me (jim dot grisanzio at sun dot com). We are looking for non-Sun speakers. Check the schedule for a venue near you. OpenSolaris Day is free, so please feel free to stop by.
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