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Tim Marsland

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Sun Microsystems , Inc.

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Sun Microsystems , Inc.

7700 Parmer Lane

Austin, Texas,78729

United States

Company Description

Sun Microsystems develops the technologies that power the global marketplace. Guided by a singular vision -- "The Network Is The Computer(TM)" -- Sun drives network participation through shared innovation, community development and open source leadership. ...more

Background Information

Employment History

Chief Technical Officer

Solari , Inc.


Affiliations

System News Inc

Sun Fellow, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer


Cobalt Networks , Inc.

Sun Fellow


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Executive Bios

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Dr. Tim Marsland


Xen Summit September 2006

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Tim Marsland, Sun Microsystems


A Conversation with David Brown - ACM Queue

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People such as Tim Marsland, who's now a Sun Fellow, were responsible for a lot of these things in the implementation when we did the binary compatibility between SunOS 4 and SunOS 5-all the retrofitting of SunOS 5 to build bridges so that those earlier SunOS 4 binaries would continue to run without change in SunOS 5 (i.e., Solaris 2).
There are a lot of "quiet heroes," as Marsland once said, who have done incredibly important and unsung things to make this a reality.


A Conversation with Tim Marsland - ACM Queue

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A Conversation with Tim Marsland
Delivering software to customers, especially in increments to existing systems, has been a difficult challenge since the days of floppies and shrink-wrap. But with guys like Tim Marsland working on the problem, the process could beimproving. Marsland is a distinguished engineer and CTO for the Operating Platforms Organization in Sun Microsystems. After an academic career at Cambridge University, he joined Sun 14 years ago. There he has been involved in many different aspects of every Solaris release, from getting it out the door to contributing functionality. He developed the Solaris Express release model, as well as contributing new functionality to the operating system. He has also been involved with various architecture efforts at Sun, particularly the architectural review process. Most recently, he has been leading the x64 port of Solaris. Marsland is interviewed by Marshall Kirk McKusick, who, as a Berkeley-based consultant, teaches classes about Unix and BSD. TIM MARSLAND I began my career as an academic, at the University of Cambridge.


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