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Intel, Barcelona - Living in a parallel world

13th April, 2010
9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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At Bloor we are convinced that multicore is both the latest crisis facing computing (because it isn’t going away and coding for platforms where several things can happen at once and you must ensure that they run in the right order, is hard) and a huge opportunity. Being able to do many things at once should help you provide a richer, more comfortable, end-user experience; it should promote “green computing and better utilisation of electricity; and it might let you think of radically new ways of doing things.

Living in a parallel world needn’t be stressful as long as you consciously start to “think parallel” and manage people’s expectations; if you get training and tools to help you cope with parallel processing; if you try to visualise what is going on (not just inside the PC but also the end user experience); and, if you are prepared to think out of the box a bit. Visualisation of what is going on in a parallel architecture just might be the key to the whole thing.

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