LVC21F-300K2 Keynote: Windows on Arm panel

Session Abstract

Level: Introductory and overview  In April 2021, Linaro, together with Arm, Microsoft and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc, announced the availability of the Windows 10 on Arm support and binary as part of the LLVM 12.0.0 release. This marks a significant step towards enabling developers to build natively with LLVM on Windows 10 an Arm. In this panel, Linaro will be joined by Arm, Microsoft and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc to talk about upcoming plans for enabling Windows 10 on Arm and why this work is so important.

Session Speakers

Mike Holmes

Director, Performance and Enablement Organisation (Linaro)

Started as a hardware engineer developing submarine periscopes, moved on to object-oriented torpedo detection systems. Moved through TDMA cellular radio DSP firmware, to networking SoC Arm cluster system architect, and finally a manager and then Linaro director.

Marcus Perryman

Principal Software Engineer (Microsoft)

Marcus Perryman has worked at Microsoft for over 20 years in various technical roles including product development and consultancy. Presently Marcus works as a Principal Software Engineer in the APS (Apps, Partners and Store) team with responsibility for delivering outstanding user experiences through partner and 1st party apps, and leading for Windows on Arm app experiences .

David Whaley

Director, Strategic Partnerships at Arm (Arm)

David is currently working to ensure performance, support, and optimization for the most important software and tools within the Windows on Arm and Android ecosystems. Prior to joining Arm, David has oversaw numerous mobile and desktop software products and managed key strategic partnerships at several prominent technology companies. He is currently helping drive Arm’s developer recruitment efforts and streamline the developer ecosystem for Windows on Arm.

Rami Husseini

Director, Product Management - Snapdragon Compute (Qualcomm Technologies, Inc)

Kristine Dill

Events Manager (Linaro)

Level: Introductory and overview 

In April 2021, Linaro, together with Arm, Microsoft and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc, announced the availability of the Windows 10 on Arm support and binary as part of the LLVM 12.0.0 release. This marks a significant step towards enabling developers to build natively with LLVM on Windows 10 an Arm. In this panel, Linaro will be joined by Arm, Microsoft and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc to talk about upcoming plans for enabling Windows 10 on Arm and why this work is so important.

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