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Parallel ProgX Talk

Intel Software Network - Multi-Core Software Development


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The Intel® Multi-Core Community provides technical information, tools, conversation, and support from industry experts. Learn how to best develop parallel programs and multi-threaded applications on Multi-Core and Multi-Processor platforms.

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Clay and Aaron will be talking the show on the road for pre show coverage live from the Intel Developer Forum (IDF). Learn more at http://www.intel.com/idf

The Threading Methodology used at Intel has four major steps: Analysis, Design & Implementation, Debugging, and Performance Tuning. These steps are used to create a multithreaded application from a serial base code. Multithreaded... more

Before joining Adobe, Rich worked at Intel in development and support of the Intel Threading Tools. He is also the author of “The Software Optimization Cookbook” and co-author on “Programming with Hyper-Threading Technology.” We’ll be... more

Clay and Aaron will select and answer question sent into the show to parallelprogrammingtalk@intel.com

Jack will be talking with Aaron and Clay about his distinguished Lecture series talk he did at UIUC. He covered the history of the TOP500 list and where the trends should take us in 10-15 years and the Plasma library he’s developing... more

Clay Breshears and Aaron Tersteeg will host Ralph Johnson, one of the “Gang of Four”. Ralph is currently involved in outlining and defining parallel programming patterns and was one of the organizers of the recent ParaPLOP conference held... more

Wolfgang Von Rüden will be speaking to Clay & Aaron about CERN's transition from supercomputers to microprocessors, pc, clusters, and world wide distributed computing. We'll cover how CERN uses standards to successfully distribute... more

Clay and Aaron will taking the week off to accommodate the intel software networks live broadcast from SIGGRAPH 2009. Watch the live coverage at: http://www.intel.com/software/tv We'll be back live on August 11th with an... more

Michael Wrinn and Aaron Tersteeg talk with Intel's Sr. Software Engineering Max Domeika about his book "Software Development for Embedded Multi-Core Systems" and the current state of using parallel programming techniques for... more

Aaron and Michael will be talking with Dr. Blelloch about his views that with the right level of abstraction, Parallel Programming is not and in fact can be as easy as sequential programming. He does note that, however, that "at the... more