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The Linux Kernel Multicore and Multithreading Series #1: System Level Optimization Guidelines

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Status:
Canceled
Setup Time:
None minutes
Start:
Monday, March 12, 2012 at 6:30pm
End:
Monday, March 12, 2012 at 8:30pm
Teardown Time:
None minutes
Member:
Type:
Meetup
Estimated size:
20
Contact:
Anand
Fee:
Rooms:
Deck

Details:
We will discuss Multicore and Multithreading guidelines in the context of x86 Processors and System/OS/Kernel-level optimizations. This is an initial, but what I consider to be, an important discussion for those holding interest in this area. Later meetups in this series will build on this discussion and its reaches into the Linux Kernel.

We will also, as we progress, offer perspectives on the efforts by relevant open-standards and software communities towards Parallelization: Servers/GPU/xPU

I will post a few introductory blogs on www.linuxeco.com for those interested in this discussion. Please register or contact me on linuxeco.com, or contact me at hackerdojo with any questions.

Thanks

Notes:
Anand teaches Advanced Linux Kernel Programming at UCSC-Extension, has experience x86 and Communications Processors and Systems, and is an active member of the Open Software community.