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What makes the cut for Parallel Education? Let us know and then take the conversation to IDF 2011.
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 31.08.2011 4
Industry and research communities face increasing workforce preparedness challenges in parallel (and distributed) computing, due to today’s ubiquitous multi-/many-core and cloud computing. Underlying the excitement over technical details of the newest platforms is one of the thorniest questions fa…
"The first thing we do, let's kill all the Object Oriented Programming."
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 18.05.2011 6
Don't blame me, blame Shakespeare. His idea not mine (Henry VI, part II, act IV, scene ii). I was reading Leigh Ann Sudol's interesting blog posts on computer science and education. When I came across a reference to a new curriculum being developed at CMU. Specifically the move, to introduce a …
Does Parallelism Matter to Hiring Managers?
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 09.05.2011 2
Kevin Goldmsith, Sr. Software Development Manager, Professional Digital Imaging Group, AdobeDo hiring Managers care about Parallelism?You’re thinking about making changes to your courses; you might even be hard at work figuring out how exactly to integrate parallelism into the entire curriculum.  M…
Making Parallelism Nifty with Dr. David Valentine, Slippery Rock University.
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 09.05.2011 0
Dr. David Valentine, Slippery Rock University, USA Awardee, first Intel Microgrant for ParallelismMaking Parallelism NiftyDr. Valentine said at SIGCSE 2011 in Dallas that "good instructional materials begin with a brilliant, engaging assignment." He used some of the insights and examples generated …
I would not apply for a microgrant that would award one to people like me!
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 05.05.2011 2
Who's Buried in Grant's Tomb? The punchline to that old joke, for those of you who did not grow up in the United States, is Grant, as in Ulysses S. Grant, the civil war general. The point of the joke, beloved of Groucho Marx on the old "You bet your Life" show, is that sometimes the easy answer is…
Shekhar Borkar on the Turing Awards 2011.
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 01.05.2011 0
Intel Fellow, Shekhar Borkar. The A.M. Turing award is (arguably) our discipline's greatest honor; many call it the "Nobel Prize" of computing. The current award is destined for Leslie Valiant, Harvard University, for his life's work revolving especially around computational learning theory. Of s…
Judge not that ye be not judged
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 19.04.2011 1
flaga. Intel Academic Microgrants for Parallelism in the Classroom, Round Two, closes May 4, 2011. Apply here First off - No, that's not me in the video, but rather my colleague, Jennifer Teal, from the Academic Community. Just so there is no confusion! Next - Congratulations to the recipients o…
Shall We MeetUp?
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 19.04.2011 0
I recently attended the first Parallel Programming MeetUp in Santa Clara California at Intel HQ. The event was put on and hosted by my colleague, Parallel Computing Community Manager, Kathy Farrel. The event was attended by developers, students and academics and was both informative, in that it b…
Dr. Avi Cohen - Wisdom in the Palm of our Hand.
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 04.04.2011 0
Dr. Avi Cohen, Inspector General, Computer Science, Israel Ministry of Education. Wouldn't it be great if all kids in high school had the option of studying computer science? Wouldn't it be insanely great (pax, Mr. Jobs), if all students were required to at least get their feet wet, or their fi…
Dr. Susan Rivoire- Introducing Undergraduates to Parallelism
Von Paul Steinberg (Intel) Veröffentlicht am 31.03.2011 0
As some of you may know, both I, the Intel Academic Community Manager, and Professor Tom Murphy, Intel Academic Blackbelt & Teach Parallel co-host, "moonlight" as leaders of the Educational Alliance for a Parallel Future (EAPF.org). The EAPF helps combine the voices and energy of industry,…