Brussels / 3 & 4 February 2018

schedule

AW1.121


Day Start End Track(s)
Saturday 10:30 18:40 Debugging tools
Sunday 09:00 16:55 DNS, Retrocomputing
09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday Simulating Multilevel Caches in Cachegrind
Modelling L2 and L3 CPU caches separately in Cachegrind for both x86 and ARM architectures for performance profiling of Isambard HPC system
Valgrind register allocator overhaul Valgrind's Memcheck tool vs Optimising Compilers
Keeping the false positive rate under control
gdb tools: duel and @PrettyPrinter Debug your build by tracing and reversing
stracing your build from sources to binaries
strace: new features Debugging realtime application with Ftrace DTrace for Linux Introduction to kmemleak DWARF5 and GNU extensions
New ways to go from binary to source
Rust versus DWARF versus LLVM Infinity
Sunday Zonemaster
Comprehensive tool for DNS validation
Repairing DNS at TLD scale
DNS health in .CZ
BIND 9 Past, Present, and Future
The future is scary. But you can't just run back to the past because it's familiar.
Blame (and) DNS: debugging tutorial
DNS debugging tutorial: How to find out who, where, and how broke your DNS? What support line to call?
Living on the Edge
Greatly needed stub resolver capabilities for applications and systems with the getdns library
DNSSEC for higher performace
How aggressive use of DNSSEC-validated cache boosts DNS performace.
Melting the Snow
Using Active DNS Measurements to Detect Snowshoe Spam Domains
DNS privacy, where are we?
A general examination of the current state of the DNS privacy project
DNS-based discovery for OpenID Connect Welcome to the Retrocomputing DevRoom
A new devroom, for old tech
DOSEMU and FreeDOS: past, present and future Developing software on ORIC microcomputers
OSDK, Oricutron & friends
Retro-uC
An open source microcontroller with retro instruction sets
NetBSD - A modern operating system for your retro battlestation Game development for the ColecoVision and Sega 8-bit systems
Developing for Z80-based video game systems using modern free tools
ZX Spectrum in the New Millenium
Upgrading ROM Cartridge to 512KB

Events

Title Track Start End

Saturday

  Simulating Multilevel Caches in Cachegrind
Modelling L2 and L3 CPU caches separately in Cachegrind for both x86 and ARM architectures for performance profiling of Isambard HPC system
Debugging tools 10:30 10:55
  Valgrind register allocator overhaul Debugging tools 11:00 11:25
  Valgrind's Memcheck tool vs Optimising Compilers
Keeping the false positive rate under control
Debugging tools 11:30 12:10
  gdb tools: duel and @PrettyPrinter Debugging tools 12:20 13:00
  Debug your build by tracing and reversing
stracing your build from sources to binaries
Debugging tools 13:05 13:45
  strace: new features Debugging tools 13:50 14:15
  Debugging realtime application with Ftrace Debugging tools 14:25 14:50
  DTrace for Linux Debugging tools 14:55 15:35
  Introduction to kmemleak Debugging tools 15:40 16:20
  DWARF5 and GNU extensions
New ways to go from binary to source
Debugging tools 16:30 17:10
  Rust versus DWARF versus LLVM Debugging tools 17:15 17:55
  Infinity Debugging tools 18:00 18:40

Sunday

  Zonemaster
Comprehensive tool for DNS validation
DNS 09:00 09:20
  Repairing DNS at TLD scale
DNS health in .CZ
DNS 09:25 09:45
  BIND 9 Past, Present, and Future
The future is scary. But you can't just run back to the past because it's familiar.
DNS 09:50 10:10
  Blame (and) DNS: debugging tutorial
DNS debugging tutorial: How to find out who, where, and how broke your DNS? What support line to call?
DNS 10:15 10:45
  Living on the Edge
Greatly needed stub resolver capabilities for applications and systems with the getdns library
DNS 10:50 11:10
  DNSSEC for higher performace
How aggressive use of DNSSEC-validated cache boosts DNS performace.
DNS 11:15 11:30
  Melting the Snow
Using Active DNS Measurements to Detect Snowshoe Spam Domains
DNS 11:35 12:00
  DNS privacy, where are we?
A general examination of the current state of the DNS privacy project
DNS 12:05 12:35
  DNS-based discovery for OpenID Connect DNS 12:40 12:55
  Welcome to the Retrocomputing DevRoom
A new devroom, for old tech
Retrocomputing 13:20 13:25
  DOSEMU and FreeDOS: past, present and future Retrocomputing 13:30 14:00
  Developing software on ORIC microcomputers
OSDK, Oricutron & friends
Retrocomputing 14:05 14:35
  Retro-uC
An open source microcontroller with retro instruction sets
Retrocomputing 14:40 15:10
  NetBSD - A modern operating system for your retro battlestation Retrocomputing 15:15 15:45
  Game development for the ColecoVision and Sega 8-bit systems
Developing for Z80-based video game systems using modern free tools
Retrocomputing 15:50 16:20
  ZX Spectrum in the New Millenium
Upgrading ROM Cartridge to 512KB
Retrocomputing 16:25 16:55