Speaker details
Silicon Valley Code Camp 2011

Minesh B. Amin

Minesh B. Amin
Got exposed to computer programming at the age of 18; got mesmerized by the story of Seymour Cray at the age of 20; got a PhD in Computer Science at the age of 25; got hands on real world experience developing what are still unique, one-of-their-kind two parallel software tools while at Synopsys ... ... only to start MBA Sciences in 2006 to develop general purpose commercial software solutions that enable software developers to exploit parallelism using up to 512 cores.
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Speaking Sessions

  • Hands on introduction to Parallel Management Patterns

    2:45 PM Sunday   Room: 4301
    Understanding the nature of any parallel problem is key to determining the appropriate solution. Parallel Management Patterns (PMPs) provide a framework for decomposing and authoring scalable, fault-tolerant parallel solutions. In other-words, if the end goal is some parallel application, PMPs enable us to classify the journey to the end goal in terms of the nature of parallelism to be exploited in domains spanning finance, life sciences, electronic design, IT, visualization, and analytics. In this session, attendees will get a practical, hands on introduction to PMPs with real examples that leverage both open source and commercial parallel frameworks and parallel languages.

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