By yu on 十月 30, 2007
Last week I went to Shanghai tech day. This is my first time to be in Shanghai, and my impression about Shanghai is that it is a very...very modern city. It contains all the modern symbols as a big city: skyscrapers, fashion girls, terrible traffic, and subway rush hour.
Here's some photos I got from Shanghai. The landscape of the Bund, the Oriental Pearl, and the subway.
When I write in English, I tend to overlook the main point about the topic. Yes, this should be a blog about Sun tech day, not street photography in Shanghai. So, my presentation in Shanghai Tech day is about "OpenSolaris networking for developers", it is a slice put together by Nicolas targeting at software developers.
In this forty minutes presentation, I covered topics like SCTP/SDP/Crossbow/Kernel socket/Clearview/Nemo...that's a lot of topics. And guess which one got most attention? Not crossbow, because there were already enough speakers covered this project. Well, the answer is kernel socket. It seems to me software developers are very interested in seeing this project, they want to know what they can do with this project, as they are already familiar with socket applications. I admit this is a little bit surprise to me, maybe I should put more slices in the Beijing tech day this week.