Thinking Parallel

A Blog on Parallel Programming and Concurrency by Michael Suess

Archive for 2006/12

New Year’s Resolutions

I have just finished reading If You Want to Write: A Book about Art, Independence and Spirit by Brenda Ueland. Basically, I raced through it in two days (as fast as I can race when our little son demands some attention as well 🙂 ). With what I have learned from this book I would […]

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2007!

I am going to make this short, because you have better things to do at this time of the year than listen to me ;). I wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! May all your wishes and more become true for Christmas as well as for the new year to […]

Installing the Intel Compiler on Ubuntu Linux

Most of my regular readers probably know by now that I am developing OpenMP-codes for work. I am also using Linux, more precisely Ubuntu Linux (even more precisely: Kubuntu Linux 6.10). When it comes to compilers for this platform, the Intel Compiler is one of the few affordable choices available – at least if you […]

Articles Broken!

Instead of writing one or two last articles before Christmas, here I am trying to fix a problem with this blog. I don’t know when this started, but right now no articles are accessible, only blank pages are shown. I have no idea what caused this, therefore debugging the problem is difficult, especially since this […]

News for Week 48

Once again, it is time for a short newscast. Notable this time is the fact, that more and more stuff seems to be written about multi-cores, threading and parallelism in general. It feels like people do start realizing that the concurrent era is here and that they need to improve their knowledge in this field. […]