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Systems, Science and FreeBSD

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What makes a platform suitable to both research and development? It is not simply the artifacts that are generated, but the tools that the platform brings to bear on evaluating the usefulness and quality of the research that is being undertaken. FreeBSD continues to push the boundaries of systems research through its adoption and extension of significant new technologies such as DTrace and LLVM .

This talk looks at how the latest tools and techniques are being applied to systems research and how the tools enable us to find deeper insights and more clearly communicate and share our results with other researchers.

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