Studio sessions at Oracle Open World / Develop 2010



Oracle Solaris Studio is presenting at Oracle Develop next week (Oracle Develop, JavaOne and Oracle Open World run from Sunday, Sept 19 - Thursday, Sept 23). Oracle Solaris Studio has three sessions (short abstracts follow):

Sept 20th, 4:00 - 5:00 pm, Multicore Application Programming with Oracle Solaris Studio
Writing correct and fast parallel applications is often considered a hard problem. However, it doesn't need to be that way. This session will describe how Oracle Solaris Studio can be used to produce applications that are both fast and correct. The talk will cover parallelization strategies, implementation details, and common pitfalls. Presenter: Darryl Gove

Sept 21st, 11:30am - 12:30pm, Performance Measurement with Oracle Solaris Studio Performance Tools
In this session, we'll first describe the importance of performance, how tell if there's a problem, and how to triage it. We'll describe the Oracle Solaris Studio Performance Tools and show how they simplify the triaging problem. We'll then present two simple cases of low-handing fruit in applications. Presenter: Marty Itzkowitz

Sept 22nd,2:00 pm-3:00 pm Building High-Quality C/C++ Applications
There are many challenges for native language developers, such as multicore development, heterogeneous OS development, and compatibility. Oracle Solaris Studio delivers a high-performance C/C++ and Fortran tool chain with parallelizing compilers, code-level and memory debuggers, performance and thread analysis tools, optimized math libraries, and support for the latest parallelizing industry standards. Presenter: Don Kretsch

I am listed as a presenter for the first one, but I doubt I will get to do that. In any case, this gets me (as backup speaker) a chance to see the rest of OOW and Develop and JavaOne as one conference for the first time. It should be quite an experience!

So, folks, if you're in that neck of the woods, do drop by to hear our speakers.

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