Daniel J. Duffy started the company Datasim in 1987
Programming Generic and Parallel Design Patterns in C++
Using Boost and OpenMP
The goal of this hands-on course is to design and program computationally intensive applications using parallel design patterns and the multi-threading libraries OpenMP and Boost.Thread. We apply task and data decomposition techniques to help discover parallel design patterns and we then implement them in C++. Another goal is to improve and update the GOF (Gamma) design patterns and to implement them using templates and the functionality in Boost.
This programming course (percentage theory/practice is approximately 60%-40%) for software developers and designers who wish to design and implement parallel software systems using the OpenMP and Boost.Thread. The focus is on applying the new generation of generic and parallel design patterns to software development. In particular, you learn the following core techniques:
In short, this course answers the following questions:
This course replaces the course C++ and Design Patterns that we supported until 2010.
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|We assume that you have a good working knowledge of C++.|
|Who should attend?|
|This course is for software developers and designers who write C++ code for computationally intensive applications and who wish to avail of modern multi-core and multi-processor CPUs to improve the speedup and responsiveness of these applications. The course uses the latest developments in parallel and generic programming models in C++.|
|Date||Dates on request|