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(Skills) MATLAB – The Language of Technical Computing / (Skills) Kernel Development: A Primer

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Skills Talk: MATLAB – The Language of Technical Computing, Will Carson

MATLAB is a numerical computing environment that allows easy matrix manipulation, plotting of data, and interfacing with programs in other languages. There is a huge supported library of toolboxes that will enable simple and effective implementation of complex scenarios.

Skills Talk: Kernel Development: A Primer, Rip Sohan

Kernel development is the process of modifying system behaviour at the OS level through modification of the OS itself. Traditionally, it has been viewed as a large-effort low-return exercise to be avoided and left to skilled individuals. However, due to recent advances in both hardware and software architecture this view is rapidly becoming outdated.

In this skills talk, and with emphasis on the Linux OS, I will outline the mechanisms for kernel development in a modern environment. Specifically, the talk will focus on: (i) getting started, (ii) gaining experience, (iii) minimising development effort and time and (iv) alternatives to kernel development.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Digital Technology Group (DTG) Meetings series.

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