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My Summer Vacation

Tuesday, den 28. September 2010

Blogging has been something that slipped off my radar for the past year. Here’s a reboot to see if I can get this going again. I’ll start with where my brain has been the past 9 months. Once I have this out, the plan is to start blogging about my thoughts on industry happenings, needs, [...]

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Multicore – assimilating the new developments

Friday, den 9. October 2009

There was a brief pause in my blogging as I have been assimilating some of the new developments in the multicore realm.  Some of the items are close to home for me at my respective company with the acquisition of Wind River, Cilk Arts, and RapidMind.  I’m not at liberty to comment on strategy, future [...]

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Big endian + Little endian byte order = biendian

Wednesday, den 29. July 2009

Today, I wanted to share a bit on a project I’ve worked on for a couple of years now as we’ve had some recent success. 
 One fairly subtle issue in migrating code from one architecture to another is byte order.  For a more detailed summary of the issue, I encourage you to read Matassa’s paper [...]

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Multicore in the Age of the Unthinkable

Thursday, den 18. June 2009

Recently, I had the opportunity to read and finish in one weekend, ‘The Age of the Unthinkable’, by Joshua Cooper Ramo.  My attempt at a quick summary:
In the past, world affairs was driven by nation-states and the smaller number of players at this level of granularity mixed with less communication (both frequency and volume) made [...]

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Post-ESC Impressions

Monday, den 13. April 2009

I had a good trip to Embedded Systems Conference, spending several hours on the expo floor, giving two talks in the general conference, and chatting with a bunch of colleagues.  Here’s a rundown on what I found noteworthy:

Keynote by T.K. Mattingly – I could listen to a former astronaut during the golden age of NASA [...]

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MPP: On Documenting Best Known Methods for Multicore

Thursday, den 12. March 2009

I don’t mind the travel restrictions imposed by the economy because I’ve been fortunate to not have to travel until now.  Next week, I’m taking a day trip to Santa Clara to attend the Multicore Association Board Meeting and to discuss status on the working group I co-chair, Multicore Programming Practices.
The group, comprised of technical leaders from a [...]

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Embedded multicore interview followup

Friday, den 20. February 2009

Had a nice interview and mention in an article by John Blyler.
With regard to the issue identified in the story and video (coordination of process, thread, and vector level parallelism), I think there is a positive and a negative aspect for embedded developers.  The negative aspect for embedded developers is that much of the work for [...]

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Embedded Multicore Debug

Monday, den 9. February 2009

Early February finds me working on talks and papers for Embedded Systems Conference Silicon Valley.  I really do enjoy attending the conference every year and they really do treat their speakers well.  I’ve had the opportunity to hear keynotes from Al Gore and Dean Kamen (Segway inventor).  This year’s keynote is from Ken Mattingly of [...]

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5 months in multi-core – what has changed?

Monday, den 27. October 2008

This week found me in Zurich, Switzerland, delivering a talk to researchers. The purpose of my talk and the other talks at this symposium was to share what different companies and researchers are doing to help “solve” the multi-core programming software challenge.
My content was similar to a talk I delivered in Japan earlier this year. [...]

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Thoughts on the endstate of multicore software development

Friday, den 19. September 2008

I recently read two interesting articles on multi-core programming from different angles. One is from a noted compiler writer who is a creator of development tools that enable multicore/multiprocessor programming:
The second article is an interview with a noted game programmer, who would be a consumer of such development tools:
Both of these are good reads. [...]

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