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Friday, October 7 • 09:00 - 12:00
Tutorial: Persistent Memory Programming with NVML - Pawel Lebioda & Tomasz Kapela, Intel

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Byte-addressable Persistent Memory is an emerging technology expected to soon have a dramatic and disruptive impact on software. Usage of persistent memory requires a different approach to data handling within applications. One of the first attempts to tackle this problem is the open source Linux NVM (Non Volatile Memory) Library. This library tries to address the main issues of persistent memory programming, at the same time trying to provide the developer with tools to ease persistent memory testing. During this workshop, the participants will write a simple, volatile program. Then write the same application in the libpmemobj C API and convert it to the C++ API.

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Pawel Lebioda

Software Engineer, Intel
Pawel Lebioda is a software engineer with 5-years experience in engineering. He received MSc in Electronics and Telecomunication from the Poznan University Of Technology in 2013. For three years he has worked at Samsung Electronics as a Software Engineer on Set-Top-Boxes software stack. Currently he is working at Intel Technology Poland, where he is focusing on software solutions for the next-gen non-volatile memory.


Friday October 7, 2016 09:00 - 12:00
Charlottenburg III

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