This will be my tongue-in-cheek response to a ZDNET blog posting that can be found here: http://www.zdnet.com/blog/hardware/forget-the-gaming-pc-buy-a-console/15969#comments
This is not to say that compilers can automatically parallelize code. I would however really like to see that happen and here is an interesting and reliable way to parallelize operations.
I am posting this as a response to all comments to a previous post called “Flaws of Object Oriented Modeling”.
I have been using a program called Xfrog for more reasons than it has a great name.
(alt title: Steve Jobs: the ultimate disrupting force in technology)
I just read a BBC News online report about a project to simulate
I am writing this at the airport, just coming back from the Intel IDF event. I keep hearing that we have "Lock Free" solutions for all sorts of problems.
Matt Wolf and I were walking from our hotel to IDF 2011 this morning and we were talking about various architectures and what we each preferred.
I was preparing a post on algorithmic patterns and how they aid the process of being able to solve computational problems using paallel techniques when I came across the iPod version of