Friday Mar 20, 2009

Breaking News: Sun Studio Express 3/09 is now available

Sun Studio Express 3/09, the official build used for the Sun Studio 12 Update 1 Early Access Program, is now available on Solaris, OpenSolaris and the latest Linux distributions (RHEL/SuSE/Ubuntu/CentOS), feature highlights since the Sun Studio 12 release include:

  • C/C++/Fortran compiler optimizations for the latest x86 architectures from Intel and AMD including SSSE3, SSSE4a, SSe4.1, SSE4.2 compiler intrinsics support
  • C/C++/Fortran compiler optimizations for the latest UltraSPARC and SPARC64-based architectures
  • DLight - New tool to utilize and visualize the power of Solaris Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) technology
  • dbxTool - New stand-alone GUI debugger
  • Full OpenMP 3.0 compilers and tools support
  • MPI performance analysis in the Performance Analyzer
  • NetBeans IDE 6.5 including new remote development features

Join the Sun Studio 12 Update 1 Early Access Program and evaluate the new capabilities of Sun Studio Software, provide feedback directly to the product team, and influence future product releases.

Check out Kuldip Oberoi's blog or view the Sun Studio 12 Update 1 Early Access Program podcast to learn more.

Download your free copy of Sun Studio

Learn more about the Sun Studio 12 Update 1 Early Access Program

Thursday Aug 09, 2007

OSCON: A week filled with everything you wanted to know about Free and Open Source

The week started off with Ubuntu Live and wrapped with OSCON Portland 2007.

Barton George and I split our duties during the events I did press and analyst interviews and he was on the hunt for people to interview. Check out Barton's blog for a bucket load of interviews that he recorded.

photos: Ubuntu Live: Jane Silber OSCON: Ian Murdock OSCON: Redmonk's Stephen O'Grady OSCON: Project Indiana Panel Ubuntu Live: Barton George interviewing Mark Shuttleworth

Tuesday Mar 06, 2007

OpenSolaris Starter Kit

OpenSolaris Starter Kit Have you heard about the OpenSolaris Starter Kit?

The German Unix User Group hosted the very first OpenSolaris Developer Conference in Berlin last week where Simon Phipps announced the new Get.OpenSolaris.org web site that allows anyone in the world to order a kit containing DVDs of OpenSolaris distributions, documentation and source. With a nod towards the good folks at Ubuntu, Sun is sponsoring the kits so that they are completely free of charge, including global delivery.


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