[ATTACH=RIGHT]17677[/ATTACH]Here at DaniWeb, we've talked a lot about [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/reviews/review313227.html"]Intel Parallel Studio[/URL]. I recently had the chance to sit down with Intel's James Reinders, and find out more about his take on [URL="http://software.intel.com/en-us/intel-parallel-studio-home/"]Parallel Studio 2011[/URL]. Mr. Reinders (pronounced Rhine-ders) is a senior engineer at Intel and has been with the company since 1989. He's the "chief evangelist" for their Parallel Studio product, so as you can imagine, he had a lot to say about it. We had a great interview, and here's what came out of it. [B]DaniWeb (JC):[/B] You wrote an O'Reilly book. Tell me a little bit about what …

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]17350[/ATTACH]Since the release of the second edition of Parallel Studio this month, I've spent a good amount of time with it, trying out the new features. First, what's Parallel Studio? It's an add-in for Microsoft Visual Studio that gives you a large set of features for writing parallel code that targets multiple processor cores. It includes a new C++ compiler that gets run instead of the built-in Visual C++ compiler, allowing you to take advantage of several new features. Parallel Studio integrates with all the recent versions of Visual Studio: 2005, 2008, and 2010. Parallel Studio 2011, which is the …

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