Here's a link to my recent presentation on the latest T4 enhancements from the just completed German Decus Conference held in Nuremberg.
Attendance at the OpenVMS track sessions was strong and there seems to be a continuing interest in the T4 & Friends approach to performance.
At the upcoming OpenVMS Technical Bootcamp set for May 20th-25th in Nashua, NH, there will be another chance to learn about these most recent improvements to the T4 & Friends suite of tools during the two planned T4 sessions set for Monday and Tuesday morning. Hope to see you all there because the best ways to understand the enhancements in tools such as TLViz and CSVPNG is to see them in action.
If you would like to have copies of the latest versions of TLViz and CSVPNG, you can download them here.
As we noted in this earlier post, this year's bootcamp is going to be awash in a wide variety of great performance sessions. I'll be updating the performance track write up soon and posting it here to take into account the latest adjustments in the agenda, bios and abstracts.