MMS • Julia Lawall
Julia Lawall gives an introduction to the use of Coccinelle and gives an overview of its impact on the Linux kernel. Over the years, Coccinelle has been extensively used in Linux kernel development, resulting in over 7000 commits to the Linux kernel, and has found its place as part of the Linux kernel development process.
By Julia Lawall
MMS • Bruno Couriol
Zoey Fan, product manager for Flutter, recently announced that Codepen, a popular online code playground, is now supporting Flutter. Flutter developers interested in sharing code snippets, or developers interested in quickly trying Flutter out without installation nor setup, can interactively write Flutter code in a Codepen window and observe the web output in another one.
By Bruno Couriol
MMS • Greg Law
Greg Law talks about the various implementations of record and replay systems that can be used to debug software applications. He discusses of the current state of the art, from both academia and the real world. He provides an overview of the pros and cons, mostly along the axis of ease of implementation versus the capabilities of the implementation.
By Greg Law
MMS • Rob Skillington
In this podcast, Rob Skillington, co-founder and CTO at Chronosphere, sat down with InfoQ podcast co-host Daniel Bryant. Topics discussed included: metrics collection at scale, multi-dimensional metrics and high-cardinality, developer experience with platform tooling, and open standards related to observability.
By Rob Skillington