Solving Heterogeneous Programming Challenges with Python, Today

June 30, 2022

You may be surprised how ready Python is for heterogeneous programming, and how easy it is to use today. Our first three articles about heterogeneous programming focused primarily on C++ as we ponder “how to enable programming in the face of an explosion of hardware diversity that is coming?” For a refresher on what motivates this question... Read more…

Reflecting on the 25th Anniversary of ASCI Red and Continuing Themes for Our Heterogenous Future

April 26, 2022

In the third of a series of guest posts on heterogeneous computing, James Reinders shares experiences surrounding the creation of ASCI Red and ties that system' Read more…

Why SYCL: Elephants in the SYCL Room

February 3, 2022

Commentary -- In the second of a series of guest posts on heterogeneous computing, James Reinders, who returned to Intel last year after a short “retirement, Read more…

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Solving Heterogeneous Programming Challenges with SYCL

December 8, 2021

In the first of a series of guest posts on heterogenous computing, James Reinders, who returned to Intel last year after a short “retirement,” considers how SYCL will contribute to a heterogeneous future for C++. Reinders digs into SYCL from multiple angles... Read more…

PGAS Use will Rise on New H/W Trends, Says Reinders

May 25, 2017

If you have not already tried using PGAS, it is time to consider adding PGAS to the programming techniques you know. Partitioned Global Array Space, commonly kn Read more…

Exiting Intel, James Reinders Offers a Brief Personal Retrospective

June 6, 2016

You may have heard that Intel has encouraged “long timers” (like me) to consider early retirement. Well, the offer was convincing for me. After 10,001 days at Intel, it is time for me to start the next phase of my life. I've accepted the “ERP offer” (early retirement) with my last day being June 24, 2016 (exactly 10,000 days after my start date). I’ll be in the office as much as needed to help transitions and wrap things up. Let me know if you need/want anything from me as I finish up. Read more…

James Reinders: Parallelism Has Crossed a Threshold

February 4, 2016

Is the parallel everything era here? What happens when you can assume parallel cores? In the second half of our in-depth interview, Intel's James Reinders discu Read more…

A Conversation with James Reinders

January 21, 2016

As Chief Evangelist of Intel Software Products, James Reinders spends most of his working hours thinking about and promoting parallel programming. He’s ess Read more…

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