James Reinders's Bio
James Reinders, a senior engineer for Intel, has worked on projects ranging from the world's first TeraFLOP supercomputer (ASCI Red) to compilers and architectures for processors. James is the author of Intel Threading Building Blocks: Outfitting C++ for Multi-core Processor.
- Apple's Grand Central Dispatch: Path to Multicore
- Convex's Graveyard of Tombstones
- Parallel Studio launches, free add-on Advisor available
- Write threaded code - win prizes
- Efficiency Of the Programmer Needs To Trump Efficiency Of the Machine For Parallel Programming To Go Mainstream
- Efficient Parallel Programming
- Cores Enough to Compel Parallel Programming
- How many cores do you need to take on concurrency?
- Two Parallelism "Holy Grails"
- Anyone for kinder gentler parallelism?
- Parallelism in our future, separating reality from bias
- Removing bias from survey answers about the future
- The more things change, the more they stay the same.
- Annual predictions
- Get'em young and uncorrupted
- Parallelism at PDC: Day 3 - finding Heisenbugs
- Parallelism at PDC: Day 3 - Concurrency Runtime
- Parallelism at PDC: Day 2 - Scaling High
- Parallelism at PDC: Day 0 / overview
- Parallelism at Microsoft PDC 2008 Conference
- Parallel Programming: easy is relative, not absolute
- What is the best way to use parallelism in Java?
- Intel Parallel Studio
- Multicore Development - Panel talk - on demand
- What is the ONE way to program multi-core? Huh?