Ramesh Subramonian

Principal Engineer @TargetNews
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Mechanical Sympathy Panel

In this panel, we’ll continue the conversation about mechanical sympathy by bringing our speakers back to discuss where they see future trends and new ideas they have yet to try. We will touch on new tools that can provide even better insights into what is happening in our systems. We will also talk about different design choices that we as developers are able to make as hardware continues to evolve and the problems just get bigger and more complex. This will be an opportunity to learn more about how you can apply what you’ve heard in the talks to projects that serve your business.

DATE

Wednesday Nov 18 / 11:30AM PST (40 minutes )

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Pragmatic Performance - Tales from the Trenches

In industry, one if often required to retrofit existing systems to extract more performance out of them. These performance optimization efforts are also performed under deadlines that make the "best'' solution, however attractive, often infeasible. In this talk, we would like to share techniques that have served us well at Target.  

While the scale of data that systems have to contend can be overwhelming, one can use that same scale to one's advantage. By observing statistical patterns in the data, we are able to alter the course of the computation to a more performant path. These course corrections can be done in real time or in an off-line manner. In this talk, we will present two examples that have made their way into production.

DATE

Wednesday Nov 18 / 10:40AM PST (40 minutes )

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