The guys at Overclocked Cafe have a little interview with Adrian Silasi the
guy who programmed SiSoft Sandra! Check out what they talk about!
GoaT: Have you ever considered a Linux version of Sandra, or even some kind
of scaled back Linux diagnostic software?
Adrian: Yes, Sandra is being ported to Linux (RedHat/Mandrake). The hardest
part is to port the interface (from MFC), the rest are just normal C++ classes,
hopefully it should go quicker... It's just a question of time.
GoaT: What first drew you to work on diagnostic and other low level software?
Adrian: I wrote the original Win16 program, SAW (http://www.sisoftware.co.uk/saw)
in my 1st year at University (City University, London) trying to learn how to
program in Pascal and C++. I mean actually write something and release it to
see what people think of it/whether they find it useful or not. So all I wanted
was to learn to program and how stuff worked.