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Multi-GPU Programming with Standard Parallel C++, Part 1

Practising Programming

Issue #206

4/20/2022

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So I recently read an article about how we're still currently implementing software techniques presented in research papers published in the 70s, 80s, 90s, etc. The author also went on to say something along the lines of "if you want to know what programming is going to look like in 20 years, read research papers from now". I would kind of want to know what programming is going to look like in 20 years, and maybe some of you do too, so I was thinking about including some research papers in issues, separate from the three articles. What do you guys think? Would that be too much? I don't know if I'll do it for every issue, or every other issue, or once a week. Any opinions? I don't get feedback from unsubscribers anymore (since switching from MailChimp), but one of the biggest reasons was that there were too many emails and too much content, which makes me hesitant about adding more. Also I really need to add back some sort of unsubscribe feedback form...
Anyway, here's the issue.

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A blog that is a single executable binary

Published: 10 April 2022
Tags: c, web


C and web aren't two tags you normally see together. Andrei Ciobanu presents a blog platform he wrote in C that compiles his blog to a single executable binary.


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Multi-GPU Programming with Standard Parallel C++, Part 1

Published: 18 April 2022
Tags: c++, gpu


Jonas Latt, Christophe Guy Coreixas, Gonzalo Brito, and Jeff Larkin discuss parallelizing applications for GPUs using C++.


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Practising Programming

Published: 20 April 2022
Tags: philosophy


This article kind of resonated with me, because it's kind of how I do things. Laurence Tratt discusses his approach to practicing programming by implementing real life applications in different languages or using different tools.


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