I was having lunch at the recent LinuxCon and Plumbers conference with a colleague, bragging as usual about how much I love my home near Portland, Oregon. He was having none of it - he feels like Boulder, Colorado where he lives is superior and he was frankly being belligerent about it. (Imagine that, and he even worked for me for a while!) I suppose there are some things to like about Boulder, but I trudged through hip-deep snow there just last winter. In Portland, people claims it rains all the time, but this summer keeps going on and on.
It's good weather to fix bugs in.
One of the great features in Intel® VTune™ Amplifier is the use of the event monitoring registers built into Intel processors. These can give us important insights into what is really happening on a system. The event monitoring allows the profiling of code in terms of what causes caches misses, unaligned memory accesses, denormalized numeric computations and hundred of other types of processor and memory activity.
Calling all Business Client software developers attending IDF 2012. September 11-13, in San Francisco.
There are over 60 million small businesses (1-99 employees) worldwide. The vast majority of them do not have an IT professional on staff, nor do they have a Managed Service Provider (MSP) to take care of their computing assets.