Dr. Fortran (aka Intel's Steve Lionel), who is a friend of this show, dropped in on Clay and Kathy to discuss what we think is good news - the release of Fortran Studio XE 2011. Below the video are some notes and links that I think you will find useful.
It’s time for Parallel Programming Talk – this is show #128 We’ll be talking with friend of the show, Steve Lionel – Otherwise known as Dr. Fortran in a few minutes.
Kathy and Clay met with University of Guelf's Dr. William Gardner about "Pilot" - "A new method of programming HPC clusters that leverages standard MPI while being easier for novice users to understand and utilize." Following the video is somewhat of a script used for producing the show (courtesy Clay and Kathy).
We usually interview ISN Black Belt Developer, and well-known author Gaston Hillar at IDF and this year was no exception. In this show Gaston shares his enthusiasm about new Intel products including CPUs (especially Intel Atom), Developer Tools and a bigger empasis on the quality of the user experience.
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It’s time for Parallel Programming Talk This is show #121– Clay and I will be talking with Intel Software Architect Mike Voss
But first the news:
Welcome to another edition of Parallel Programming Talk. This is show #120.
Today’s guest is Tucker Taft from the Sofcheck Company – we’ll be talking with him shortly about a new programming language he has created.
But first, What is Clay Thinking About? An interesting discussion about human memory - based on the question - are search engines making humans less smart? What do you think?