The Linux Users Group at Georgia Tech presents:
Epicycles, flywheels, and (widening) gyres: UNIX Network Programming in a Manycore NUMA World – by Nick Black
College of Computing building, room 102
Campus Map: http://gtalumni.org/map/index.php?id=50
Building Map: http://lugatgt.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/ccb-102.png
It’s high time UNIX application developers had a robust, parallel, architecture sensitive unification of their various event sources, engineered with explicit consideration for manycore processing environments and nonuniform memory access.
I intend to provide it. Enter libtorque.