Threading Challenge 2010!!!!
July 12 - Threading Challenge Phase 1 Problem 2 Closes. Choose the right level for you! Please see official rules for more information or visit the dedicated forum for this problem to get your questions answered. Good Luck!
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Concurrent Collections for Haskel
Announcing Intel Concurrent Collections for Haskell 0.1
Intel Unveils New Product Plans for High-Performance Computing Intel® Many Integrated Core Chips at the International Supercomputing Conference last week.
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Dr. Michael McCool works for the Software Services Group at Intel, specifically on software development platforms for high-productivity (yet efficient!) parallel computing. He has experience in computer graphics and medical imaging as well as parallel computing, and likes to approach the problem of designing systems by starting with the needs of the application and the application developer. Follow Michael on Twitter: @michaelmccool
Michael presented the technical paper Structured Parallel Programming with Deterministic Patterns at the HotPar ’10, 2nd USENIX Workshop on Hot Topics in Parallelism on 14-15 June 2010, in Berkeley, CA.
Coming Up Next on Parallel Programming Talk
What Parallel Programmers Can Learn from Game Developers - Brad Werth
Date/Time: 7/13/2010 at 8:00 AM Pacific - Watch Live on ISN TV
And remember, let's be thread safe out there.