Goldilocks and the Three Training Classes

We have been working hard these past 3 months designing a new training class for C++ developers who want to learn parallelism. We’ve spent a lot of time contemplating what professional developers really need from their training. Some training classes assume too much, providing materials and samples on advanced topics without covering the basics. Some classes provide too little “meat” and instead feel more like a sales pitch – showing developers tools and products to help them without technical explanations. The first type of class is too deep and the second kind is too light.

Bay Area Developers - Attend pilot class of Intel's new Parallelism training FREE!

For the past several months we have been hard at work on a new training class for developers. This class teaches the main concepts of threading and scalability to C++ developers new to parallelism. If this means you, and you work in the Bay area, join us for the pilot class, which will be free. Seating is limited, so register early!

When: July 17, 2009
Where: Intel Santa Clara site, building SC12 lobby
Time: 9AM - 4PM, lunch provided

Georgia Tech Training, June 2-4, 2009

Georgia Tech Instructor-Led-Training is well-attended with 14 faculty from the Historically Black Colleges or Universities. Faculty from Clark Atlanta, Howard University, Spelman College, North Carolina A&T State University
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