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Parallel Programming Talk #38 – Listener Question “Senior Project”

by on Jul.07, 2009, under Storage

Parallel Programming Talk #38 – Listener Question “Senior Project”

For our first Thursday of the month Listener Question show we choose a question from the Parallel Programming forum.

Download and MP3 of the show.

Parallel Programming Talk is streamed live every Tuesday at 8:00AM PST and is available on both BlogTalkRadio as well as Intel Software Network Television. You can also automatically receive new show episodes as the become available. Subscribe to the Intel Software Network TV feed in your favorite aggregator or sign up to get an email when new episodes are posted.

Threading Challenge Update
We have a winner for Challenge #4:  "BradleyKuszmaul"  code for String Matching. Continued congratulations to "Denghui0815" who is our 1st & 3rd problem winner and "Haojn" who won our second problem.

On June 23 Intel releases some major updates to many of our developer tools.
The specific new product versions are:

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Listener Question Show

Our next listener question show is August 4 – send in questions or idea for our show to

On Today&aposs Show: Anugraha asks: "I&aposm doing my final year bachelors in computer science and engineering.I would like to get some suggestions for my final year project in parallel computing on multi-core  processors." Listen to the show to hear the advice that Aaron and Clay provide and join in the continuing discussion in the Parallel Programming Forum. Coming up on Parallel Programming Talk: July 14 - Dr. Ralph Johnson and Parallel Programming Patterns Clay Breshears and Michael Wrinn will host Ralph Johnson, one of the “Gang of Four”. Ralph is currently involved in outlining and defining parallel programming patterns and was one of the organizers of the recent ParaPLOP conference held in Santa Cruz the first week of June, which Michael attended. Join us to find out what the current thought is on being able to use programming patterns for parallel programs. Will it be as successful as it was for Object-Oriented programming? July 21 - "Is Parallel Programming Hard?" with Prof. Guy Blelloch of Carnegie Mellon University Aaron and Clay will be talking with Dr. Blelloch about his views that with the right level of abstraction, Parallel Programming is not and in fact can be as easy as sequential programming. He does note that, however, that "at the right level of abstraction" should be considered with care. :)


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