Bradley C. Kuszmaul

Co-founder & Chief Architect, Tokutek

Dr. Kuszmaul’s research focuses on developing computer systems and hardware that behave well both in practice and in theory. His entry won 5 out of 6 categories in Jim Gray’s 2007 sorting benchmark contest, sorting a terabyte in 197 seconds. He formerly architected Akamai’s distributed data collection system, was a Yale Professor of Computer Science and was a principal network architect for the Thinking Machines CM-5 Supercomputer. Dr. Kuszmaul is also a Research Scientist in the MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL).

Submitted Sessions

Lightning Talk: This is a follow up production to last year's "Mr. Bill" lightning talk (see http://goo.gl/49iit). It will focus on multiple aspects of MySQL, in a way that they have never been "covered" at a MySQL conference.

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