Parallelism and threading training

The courses are rolling out.  Windows C++ developers  register now!   Intel is offering a one day course on threading and parallelism!   Last year I taught a pilot class on threading and parallelism.    We had great reviews from those who attended this pilot course.    In the post pilot class survey 100% of attendees said they would recommend the course to their peers.   We refined the content and are ready to go.   Course includes the following: 
• Introduction
– Why go parallel?
– Parallelization methodology
• Analysis/Design
– Finding opportunities for parallelism
• Introduction of Threads
– Threading environments
– Threading process
• Debug
– Finding parallel bugs
• Tune
– Scalability issues
– Data sharing & locking techniques
This class will introduce parallelism concepts and supplement learning with demonstrations and code samples. Students will also gain exposure to the new Intel® Parallel Studio product. We will have a number of Intel consulting engineers on hand to answer your questions during the breaks.   The classes will run from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.

We have more good news for you too!   The marketing team worked with the Intel Software reseller Programmers Paradise to help sponsor the event and so the course will be free to attendees.    There will be a variety of prizes to those who attend.    Events are scheduled for Houston TX, Austin TX, Iselin NJ, New York NY, and Waltham MA in February and March.   Follow the links, register and come!    Keep track as we may add more cities in the future. 

 

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