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First the News:
The Intel Threading Challenge
Phase 2 problem 1 is due Monday, August 30, 2010
(Apprentice: Bonev Sequences. Master: Taxi Paths.)
Problem 2 Starts on August 30th and ends September 20th.
Get ready to attend the CT Tutorial to be given by Intel’s Dr. Michael Klemm, at the Nineteenth International Conference on Parallel Architectures and Compilation Techniques (PACT) September 11-15, 2010 in Vienna, Austria. Registration for the conference is well underway and you can even register the week of the conference.
Superscalar Programming 101 (Matrix) Part 1 through 4 have been published.
For this 5-part article, ISN Black Belt Jim Dempsey takes a small, well-known algorithm, shows a common approach to parallelizing that algorithm, follows with a better one and lastly, produces a fully cache-sensitized approach. Readers of this article will learn a methodology for interpreting test run statistics and to improve their code using those interpretations.
Intel Developer Forum Returns to San Francisco, Sept. 13-15
SC10 - The Super Computing Conference is being held November 13-19, 2010 in New Orleans.
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On Today's Show:
Please welcome Kathy Farrel as the new co-host of Parallel Programming Talk. Kathy is the New Parallel Programming Community Manager and will be taking the baton from Aaron to join Clay Breshears for future episodes. We've done some great things with our first 90 shows and we look forward to even better things in the parallel future.
History and Highlights of Parallel Programming Talk
Gone from 2,000 views a quarter to over 20,000! With over 500 visitors for each episode and the most popular receiving well over 5,000.
Started on July 29th 2008. The idea was kind of a cross between Car Talk and Love Lines. We want to provide some getting started information, share new innovations in parallel programing and talk with people who are developing tools/software that runs in parallel on multi-core systems. Our first guest was David Rich, Vice President of Marketing at Interactive Supercomputing.
In November 2008 Michael Wrinn and Aaron did their first LIVE on the road show with a broadcast from SC08 show floor in Austin, Texas on November 18th, 2008
The show exploded in popularity with a show Clay and Aaron did with Don Stewart about his book "Real World Haskell" with thousands of listens tuning in on January 13, 2009
First Listener Question Show, "Automatic Parallelization?" March 3, 2009
On June 10th, 2009 we made the move to video with the launch of Intel Software Network TV. Our first guest was Dr. David Patterson on the future of Parallel Programming!
Live from Intel Developer Forum, SC08, SC09 and Intel's Many Core Testing Lab!
We've been recognized by The American Marketing Association with the MAX award for Non-Traditional Single Media Advertising.
The show will go on and be even better with Kathy and Clay at the helm.
Kathy told us about herself and her new role at Intel. Kathy also talked about what is ahead for Parallel Programming Talk and the Parallel Programming Community.
- Continue to provide the latest and greatest PP info – to give our Community Members an edge in their work
- Threading challenge part two continuing
- September Shows will spotlight the Atom Developer Program and we’ll have some guest interviews at IDF in San Francisco – both Clay and Kathy will both be there.
- We’ll keep you posted on other show plans – will announce more guests closer to their appearances.
Coming up next on Parallel Programming Talk...
Every Other Tuesday at 8:00 AM Pacific - Watch Live on Intel Software Network TV
Thank you for listening, watching and all your great feedback. I'll miss talking to every week. It has been an amazing experience... And remember, let's be thread safe out there.