Webinar Series 2009 - June 2: Static Analysis & Parallel Lint

Webinar Series 2009 - June 2: Static Analysis & Parallel Lint

Intel Parallel Studiobrings Parallelism to Windows* Applications. With the new Parallel Studio, Microsoft Visual Studio* C/C++ developers have a complete parallelism toolset. This free series offers a range of webinars and technical sessions to help you increase your parallelism expertise and optimize Windows* applications.

  • March 10: Go-Parallelism! Ease the Onramp for C/C++ Windows* Development - Parallel Studio seminar 1
  • March 17: Solve Parallelism with Intel Parallel Studio - Technical Session 1
  • March 24: Simplify Parallelism with Intel Parallel Composer - Parallel Studio seminar 2
  • March 31: Parallel Implementation Methods with Intel Parallel Composer - Technical Session 2
  • April 7: Debugging Parallel Code for Fast, Reliable Applications
  • April 14: Find Errors in Windows C++ Parallel Applications
  • April 21: Easy Ways to Solve Parallel Performance Challenges
  • April 28: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Improve Parallel Application Quality and Performance
  • May 5: The Key to Scaling Applications for Multicore
  • May 12: Identify and Address Threading Opportunities
  • May 19: Image Processing: Stop Developing Code from Scratch
  • May 26: Simplifying Parallelism Implementation with Intel Threading Building Blocks
  • June 2: Static Analysis and Intel C++ Compilers

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Note: if you missed any of the webinars, you can register at above link and download the presentation or listen to the webinar again!

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Quoting - Jennifer Jiang (Intel)

Intel Parallel Studiobrings Parallelism to Windows* Applications. With the new Parallel Studio, Microsoft Visual Studio* C/C++ developers have a complete parallelism toolset. This free series offers a range of webinars and technical sessions to help you increase your parallelism expertise and optimize Windows* applications.

  • March 10: Go-Parallelism! Ease the Onramp for C/C++ Windows* Development - Parallel Studio seminar 1
  • March 17: Solve Parallelism with Intel Parallel Studio - Technical Session 1
  • March 24: Simplify Parallelism with Intel Parallel Composer - Parallel Studio seminar 2
  • March 31: Parallel Implementation Methods with Intel Parallel Composer - Technical Session 2
  • April 7: Debugging Parallel Code for Fast, Reliable Applications
  • April 14: Find Errors in Windows C++ Parallel Applications
  • April 21: Easy Ways to Solve Parallel Performance Challenges
  • April 28: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Improve Parallel Application Quality and Performance
  • May 5: The Key to Scaling Applications for Multicore
  • May 12: Identify and Address Threading Opportunities
  • May 19: Image Processing: Stop Developing Code from Scratch
  • May 26: Simplifying Parallelism Implementation with Intel Threading Building Blocks
  • June 2: Static Analysis and Intel C++ Compilers

To register, please click onregister for webinar.

Note: if you missed any of the webinars, you can register at above link and download the presentation or listen to the webinar again!

Jiang,

Do you have something for Linux x86_64 on "Debugging Parallel Code for Fast, Reliable Applications" as qouted.

Also, could you share some document/resources on static-analysis for Linux x86_64 using Intel C++ Compiler v11.0 something which can help Intel user to work on static-analysis problems both for sequential & parallel code.

I did had posted multiple times the request to have Static-Analysis document based on User Applications using Intel C++ Compilers something what you have for ICC as "Intel C++ Reference" document.

Note: Documentation for static-analysis using Intel Static Verifier (ISV) is very limited, only in 13-15 pages in covers the basic things, personally I am not satisfied with ISV documentation in exploring the depth for static-analysis. I am not sure when one can have somewhat application oriented documentation for ISV from Intel.

Request earlier posted for SA are -

http://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/showpost.php?p=78219

~BR

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