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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 talk with Tom Spyrou of Cadence Design Systems Inc. at the 2009 Intel Developer Forum about his work in getting the company's huge code bast to run concurrently on new multi-core systems

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

Broadcast of the conversation Anwar Ghuloum, Mike McCool and Stefanus Du Toit had at Intel Developer Forum regarding Data parallelism using RapidMind and Ct

Michael Wrinn and Aaron Tersteeg will be broadcasting live from SC09 in Portland, Oregon.

We'll being talking Parallel Programming in C# for .Net in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 with Dan Moth, a senior program manager for Microsoft and a former MVP for Device Application Development. He is a developer, a consultant, and an... more

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

Clay and Aaron will talk with Andrew about actors as an emerging solution for parallel computing. I'd hope to explain what they are, so that folks aren't daunted by them; discuss their history; and their advantages.

We'll talk with Marco Melo CEO, Virtos Backups to hear how Brazilian based Virtos utilized Intel Treading Building Blocks to dramatically improve system back-up performance. Read the Intel Case Study.... more

Clay and Aaron will be selecting a question from those submitted to ParallelProgrammingTalk@intel.com and providing the best answer that we can provide or find someone smarter than us to share their insight.

Real-time weather simulation software company Simul Software in the United Kingdom uses multi-threaded algorithms to bring realism to on-screen skies, thanks to Intel® Threading Building Blocks.... more

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