Classic Scoble : For developers: A conversation with Sun’s DTrace team

July 3rd, 2008 |
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Sun Microsystems’ DTrace lets developers look at a multi-machine system and understand what’s going on. It’s very popular with developers — it’s gotten mentioned several times in conversations I’ve been in — so I wanted to meet the team and understand what it does and why developers love it so much. Here you meet the three developers who wrote DTrace: Bryan Cantril, Mike Shapiro, and Adam Leventhal.

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