Posts tagged Programming
by Sandra Van Dijk, ComputerWorld
A lack of parallel programming expertise in the IT sector and the impact it will have on future server platforms is one of the biggest questions for computing over the next decade, according to James Harland, the associate professor of computer science at RMIT University.
Harland said parallel programming skills are in [...]
by Agam Shah
The Multicore Association is establishing specifications for a programming model that will reduce the complexity involved in writing software for multicore chips used in smartphones, tablets, and other embedded systems.
The association is putting together a cohesive set of foundation APIs (application programming interfaces) to standardize communication, resource sharing, and virtualization spanning cores on [...]
July 25-29, 2011
Siebel Center for Computer Science
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
The 2011 UPCRC Illinois Summer School offers experienced programmers, with little or no exposure to parallelism, an opportunity to learn about multicore programming.
The program will provide a solid foundation in the fundamentals of multicore programming, offer hands-on experience with the use of multicore languages and [...]
by George Leopold
As Moore’s Law runs out of steam and computing goes mobile, technologists are searching for ways to make the leap to new parallel programming frameworks that can leverage low-power multicore architectures. The move has been spurred by growing industry concern that today’s microprocessor computing engines have hit a “power wall”. That in turn [...]
by Michael Wolfe, Compiler Engineer, The Portland Group, Inc.
Part 1: All that Parallelism
There are at least two ways exascale computing can go, as exemplified by the top two systems on the latest (November 2010) TOP500 list (Tianhe-1A and Jaguar). The Chinese Tianhe-1A uses 14,000 Intel multicore processors with 7,000 NVIDIA Fermi GPUs as compute accelerators, [...]
What: Parallel Programming MeetUp
Where: 2200 Mission College Blvd, Santa Clara, CA
When: Thursday, March 24, 2011
The Parallel Programming MeetUp is a special software developer event in the San Francisco Bay Area to learn about Intel’s newest Microarchitecture, codenamed Sandy Bridge and how to gain industry recognition by becoming an author for the Intel® Parallel Programming Community.
PRACE, the Partnership for Advanced Computing in Europe is organizing a summer school for advanced parallel programming to be held on 29 August – 1 September 2011 in Espoo, Finland.