On the agenda for Wednesday:
• Code Performance (by Jeff)
• A Roll-Your-Own Compiler (by Chris. A.)
• JULinux (by Ben)
Jeff Squyres: Code performance.
"This Wednesday, I'll talk about how good performance is an industry best practice. Active discussion from the audience makes these talks the best (vs. a straight-out lecture), so come prepared to learn, agree, and/or disagree with me. All are welcome!
"I actually gave this talk at KyOSS in July of 2014 (holy cow, have I been going to KyOSS that long?), but I've significantly updated the presentation and included a lot more content."
Chris Akridge.: A Roll-My-Own Compiler
Chris will present a roll-your-own compiler he has developed (together with its own higher-level language he created). This follows his development of his own assembler which he told us about a few months ago.
Ben Fitzpatrick: JULinux
Ben will give us a preview of a Linux distro he has helped develop: julinux (https://sourceforge.net/projects/ultumix/)
Come and join us! We usually have between 15 and 25 Linux users, admins, and programmers show up. Good conversation and networking.
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