Saturday, December 25, 2010

1024cores officially goes into public beta

http://www.1024cores.net - a site devoted to concurrency, synchronization algorithms, parallel computations (HPC), multi-threading, multi-core, scalability - officially goes into public beta.

So what is already there - some materials on synchronization (lock-free) algorithms, some articles on parallel computations (my write-ups for Intel Threading Challenge), and some initial sections on libraries, tools and external references (books, blogs, articles).
Much more is coming (including sections of scalable architecture and hardware aspects), so subscribe to the RSS feed or follow http://blog.1024cores.net.

Also don't hesitate to tweet/buzz/share/blog about the site. I appreciate it. Thank you in advance.
Stay tuned!

2 comments:

  1. Hey! Congrats for your new site! I'll be following it every day ;)

    Regards,
    Edu

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  2. Thank you, Eduardo! Hope you will enjoy it. I am just working on a new article on fundamentals of memory models.

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