Thinking Parallel

A Blog on Parallel Programming and Concurrency by Michael Suess

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Is the Multi-Core Revolution a Hype?

Mark Nelson does not believe in the hype about multi-cores. And he is right with several of his arguments. The world is not going to end if we cannot write our applications to allow for concurrency, that’s for sure. Since I am working on parallel machines all day, it is easy to become a little […]

You Are What You Read?

Well, if thats true, I am a mixture between a blog and a book. A blok maybe. Or a boog :smile:. Last week I have been writing about books. This week, it’s blogging week and I am going to tell you about the blogs I read related to parallel programming. All of them are really […]

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 […]

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 […]

Sometimes, it IS the compilers fault!

I am writing this quick note, because today I wasted at least an hour looking for a bug in my code, when it was really a bug in the compiler. And when I like something even less than bugs, its wasted time :x. Therefore, I will repeat my simple advice to myself here, to make […]


Hello world, my name is Michael Suess and this is my blog (you already guessed that, right?). Since this is my first post, I will introduce myself, what I am doing and why this may be interesting to you. And since I do not want this to be boring, I will use a Q&A-session to […]