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The High Road to HPC Tools: Lunch with Intel’s James Reinders

Dec 07, 2010, 03:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"As we are now officially in the holiday season and done with SC10, I can only think of one thing. Next year's SC11 in Seattle. Just kidding. I'm still digesting SC10 and still surprised we are heading back to Seattle next year. My understanding is that SC tries to rotate east coast then west coast every other year. Let's see, SC10-New Orleans, SC09-Portland, SC08-Austin, SC07-Reno, SC06-Tampa, SC05-Seattle. I see a little bias for the left side of the Mississippi river. Except for Tampa, the last time it was even near the east coast and the northeast corridor was SC04 in Pittsburgh. And, now we loop back to Seattle next year. I'm not even going to guess who Microsoft will foist on us for the keynote.

"Back to New Orleans. On Monday of SC10, before all the hoopla began, I managed to have lunch with James Reinders of Intel. James title is "Director, Evangelist, Intel Software." He also has written quite a lot about parallel computing and blogs about many of the major software advances coming out of Intel. Each year I check in to see what is new and interesting."

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