Welcome to another episode of Parallel Programming Talk – show #108
This is a Listener Question Show – discussion on a very lively discussion on a recent thread in our community Forum, we’ll start the discussion in a few minutes.
A new, on-demand PPT show is released every Friday – URL is in the show notes: /en-us/articles/parallel-programming-talk
ISN TV produces several other shows:
- Teach Parallel – Academic Community Manager Paul Steinberg, and professor Tom Murphy interview experts who teach parallel programming in universities around the world /en-us/articles/teach-parallel/
- Visualize This! Community manager Arti Gupta talks with Intel experts and external luminaries on visual computing trends and Intel tools and technologies. /en-us/articles/visualize-this
- The Intel AppUp Developer Program is about to release its new show – check out Bob Duffy’s community to find out when you can see the first show: http://appdeveloper.intel.com/
- Manageability Community Manager Jeff Rott will shortly have a show for his developers – check out his community to find out when this will commence : http://software.intel.com/manageability.
Don’t forget – if you have comments, questions, suggestions send them to firstname.lastname@example.org We still want your tag lines!
- ParaPLoP 2011, a PLoP-style workshop on parallel programming patterns to be held May 10-12 inCarefree, Arizona. ParaPLoP 2011 also offers an opportunity for authors to participate in developing OPL – Our Pattern Language – For more info see show notes http://www.upcrc.illinois.edu/news/news_11-02-24a.html
- Programmers with little or no exposure to parallelism have an opportunity to learn about multicore programming at the UPCRC Illinois Summer School to be held July 25-29, 2011 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Clay – are you teaching?
For more information about the summer school, visit the website at http://www.upcrc.illinois.edu/summer/2011/index.html. Registration is now open and will remain open until June 24, or until capacity is reached, whichever arrives first.
We have a guest to help with the discussion with this forum thread: /en-us/forums/showthread.php
Our guest today is Intel technical consulting engineer and PBB, MKL and IPP expert Noah Clemons.–
Noah and Clay – we will start with talking about the nature of the thread and then get into the different solutions.
Noah thanks for joining us today.
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Remember: ““Go out there and do something parallel”
Show notes on Noah: am a technical consulting engineer for parallel programming products within the Performance and Productivity Libraries Division at Intel. I am highly proficient with the Parallel Building Blocks, Math Kernel Library, and Integrated Performance Primitives. My specialty is data parallel approaches to computational problems.
Noah’s Blog: http://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/author/noah-clemons/