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Webinar series on "Real World Parallelism"

October 11, 2009

I'll kick off a series of exciting talks we have lined up this fall - on experiences with putting Parallel Programming into a variety of applications.

I'll start off proposing an intuitive mapping of different parallel programming methods, and when using several methods in a single program is perfectly natural. I'll also give my "wish list" for what to look for when picking the methods to use for parallel programming.

 With a sharp bias toward solutions that apply to programs we've already written (sorry Erland, Haskell, ...) - I'll give advice, and then we'll follow-up in later weeks with talks by some very distinguished folks from Cadence, DreamWorks, Avid and SIMULIA. 

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