About Us

 

Who am I?

Thank you for your curiosity  I am performance engineer, architect, and chip designer. I have worked at many layers of computing starting from chip design to operating systems to compilers to big data apps. Currently, I am most interested in performance management of large-scale applications and databases.

I am looking for consulting/training opportunities so shoot me an email if you have a project that we can collaborate on.

What will I cover?

It has become difficult to build computer chips the way we used to build them back in 1990s. Chips need to take software practices into account instead of blindly increasing clock frequency. In this era, we need strong symbioses between hardware designers and software programmers. This blog is dedicated to the design of future chips. It targets hardware designers and software programmers with the intent of bringing them together to discuss what the right future chips shall be. Most posts will cover hardware changes that impact software or vice-versa.

We will cover the latest technology and research news in the field of solution architecture which involves hardware, software, chip design, and system design.

  5 Responses to “About Us”

  1. Hello there! I am really impressed by your blog!

    Is there an email address I can contact you in private?

  2. Hi,

    I work on a new online magazine called Intelligence in Software
    (http://intelligenceinsoftware.com/home.html) that covers
    enterprise-level IT and software development trends. I’m networking
    with other tech editors and was wondering whether you were interested
    in adding any of our original articles to your site.

    Please shoot me an email if you’d like to discuss a content partnership.
    -Stefan

  3. Hey this “About Us” does not talk about us…it discusses what you are blogging on. What is your pedigree and experience? Don’t have to have to be a 30 year silicon architect. But want to know if I’m reading the blog of someone who has read one ASIC design text verses someone who has spent 30 years designing chips in Silicon Valley. Thanks!

  4. Looking for someone to design and program a computer chip for a weigh scale. Chip size is approximately 1.5″ x 1″. Must either tare weight or be self-calibrating. Future uses would need to include voice module and digital display.

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