Solaris Kernel Engineer, Sun Microsystems
Adam Leventhal is a Staff Engineer in Solaris Kernel Development. He is one of the three authors of DTrace for which Adam has received Sun's chairman's award for technical excellence in 2004, was named one of InfoWorld's Innovators of 2005, and won top honors from the 2006 Wall Street Journal's Innovation Awards. Adam has developed various debugging and post-mortem analysis facilities, and continues his work on user-land tracing to expand the breadth and depth of DTrace's view of the system. Adam joined the Sun after graduating cum laude from Brown University in 2001 with a degree in Math and Computer Science.
Sessions by Conference
O'Reilly Open Source Convention 2007
O'Reilly European Open Source Convention 2005