Wednesday Jul 30, 2008

Sun Studio Express 07/08 is ready for prime time

Sun Studio Main

The Sun Studio Express 07/08 release is now available. The Sun Studio Express program provides preview builds of C/C++/Fortran Compilers and tools, this latest release contains support for OpenMP 3.0 APIs which offers developers a more general approach to multi-threaded programming with task queuing. This release also integrates with Sun HPC Cluster Tools and provides support for performance analysis of MPI applications. Based on the NetBeans 6.1 IDE, developing parallel applications for the multi-core era has never been easier!

Download your free copy of Sun Studio here.

In addition, check out Kuldip Oberoi and Josh Simons' blogs to find out more information about Sun Studio. 

Tuesday Jun 03, 2008

LinuxTag - 3Sat TV

LinuxTag entrance

 Photo courtesy of Christoph Koydl

On Sunday 1 June 3 Sat TV featured a special session on LinuxTag.
Highlighted: Sun technical session presented by and the OpenSolaris announcement.

Photo courtesy of 3Sat TV


LinuxTag: Ralph Benz w-3Sat TV

Ralph Benz of 3Sat TV

Tuesday Oct 30, 2007

Java Mobile & Embedded Developer Days - Registration opens November 1st

The Mobile & Embedded Community is hosting the first ever Java(TM) Mobile & Embedded Developer Conference January 23-24, 2008 on the Sun Santa Clara campus (Auditorium) in Santa Clara, CA.

The conference is devoted solely to the technologies of mobile and embedded Java platforms and is targeted for application developers of intermediate and advanced skill levels, platform developers, and technical personnel at tool vendors, OEMs and carriers.

Call for Papers

The call for papers is currently open. Selection of the content will be done by a committee comprised of leaders in the Mobile & Embedded Community. To submit a paper send an email to the committee.  submissions@developerdays.dev.java.net. Deadline for submissions is October 31st.

The registration site will be active November 1st. Go to https://developerdays.dev.java.net/ for full information.

Tuesday Mar 06, 2007

DTrace Screencasts

The Solaris Developer Web/Video casts is a great site to view the new screencasts created to assist folks with DTrace for JavaScript Debugging and the Chime Visualization Tool for DTrace.

By using DTrace for JavaScript Debugging, all software layers in the system can be examined from the same tool, such as the software of the browser and the kernel. For example, DTrace may help you confirm that a performance issue is actually a bug in the browser - and not your JavaScript code. With the popularity of Web 2.0 technologies such as Ajax, there is an increasing need for powerful debugging tools that can examine complex JavaScript software. DTrace can examine JavaScript code execution in realtime, allowing the identification of performance issues and bugs. This screencast is presented by Brendan Gregg, co-author of Solaris Performing and Tools.

The Chime Visualization Tool for DTrace allows you to easily create live graphics of your own DTrace programs, complete with viewable documentation and active drill down. Tom Erickson, presentor of this screencast and creator of Chime and the Java DTrace API, built and ran this chime demo on his desktop AMD Opteron system running Solaris Nevada build 57 with Java 5 (build 1.5.0_10-b03) using the Java DTrace API.

Check them out!

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