Training on Parallel Programming for the Multi-Core World
Release the power of Multi-Core processors through our Multi-Core training series. Understand how to architect, design, develop and debug software for Multi-Core processors.
- Take our popular Moving to Multi-Coreonline course for free and be able to:
- Develop and maintain threaded applications more efficiently
- Thread applications for good performance on systems with and without Hyper-Threading
- Use threading tools to debug and optimize threaded applications
- View our new series of parallel programming training videos and downloadable courseware: Three Things you must teach about Parallelism
- Recognizing Parallelism
- Shared Memory and Threads
- Programming with OpenMP
- A visual guide to key concepts in threaded programming – Common problems and how to solve them Dr. Clay Breshears, senior parallel architect, Intel Academic Community, takes us through common threading problems and suggests how to plan for and solve them. Dr. Breshears also discusses a number of useful design patterns, illustrates how they work and suggest when they are most applicable to your applications.
- A Gentle Introduction to Parallel Software or Enough with the Theory, Let's See Some Parallel Code Tim Mattson, Principal Engineer, Intel Corporation, introduces some of the best APIs and interfaces to allow you to build parallelism into serial code.
- Take our three-part online Moving to Multicore series of courses
- Online parallelism and multi-core resources - Aaron Tersteeg, our Parallelism Community Manager chooses his favorite geting started content
- Multi-threading for Game Developers - An Overview -- Two Intel senior engineers discuss how to conceptualize parrallelism within a complex computer Game
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