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Parallelising your code. Do you do it?   [Edit]

Survey period: 5 Jul 2010 to 12 Jul 2010

Our CPUs aren't getting as fast as fast as they used to, and we're now well and truly in a multi-core world. What do you do to take advantage of this? (Suggested by El Corazon)

OptionVotes% 
I specifically write code that runs in parallel22935.95
I use a language and compiler that supports parallisation automatically ( eg Intel compilers)558.63
I use libraries (eg PLINQ) that provide parallisation support8613.50
I use a framework or runtime (eg Parallel Extensions for .NET) that provide parallisation support15724.65
I let my operating system do what it can33953.22
I let my hardware do what it can18529.04
Not even my hardware can help me.497.69
Respondents were allowed to choose more than one answer; totals may not add up to 100%



 
GeneralMulti-thread programming is not for your average Dilbert [modified] Pin
Walter Capers9-Jul-10 8:27
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GeneralI must confess... Pin
drummerboy05118-Jul-10 10:38
professionaldrummerboy05118-Jul-10 10:38 
... that I really didn't even know what they were talking about. So I answered, "I let my Operating System do what it can".
GeneralOnly 41 to confess that 'Not even my hardware can help me.' Pin
leppie7-Jul-10 20:26
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GeneralNot a issue for me personally on current projects Pin
Mike Diack7-Jul-10 5:43
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GeneralMy question came through?? That was fast! Pin
El Corazon6-Jul-10 5:33
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GeneralAm I the only one that thinks it makes things easier to code? Pin
QuiJohn6-Jul-10 5:19
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GeneralRe: Am I the only one that thinks it makes things easier to code? Pin
El Corazon6-Jul-10 5:39
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GeneralHmmmm Pin
RugbyLeague6-Jul-10 5:01
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JokeRe: Hmmmm Pin
El Corazon6-Jul-10 5:06
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GeneralRe: Hmmmm Pin
RugbyLeague6-Jul-10 5:31
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GeneralRe: Hmmmm Pin
Dan Neely9-Jul-10 5:15
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GeneralConfessional Pin
W Balboos, GHB6-Jul-10 3:19
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GeneralRe: Confessional Pin
RedSonja6-Jul-10 23:06
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GeneralMultithreaded programming isn't _that_ hard Pin
Gary R. Wheeler6-Jul-10 2:15
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GeneralMultithreaded programming isn't _parallelism_ Pin
r_hyde6-Jul-10 3:43
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GeneralRe: Multithreaded programming isn't _parallelism_ Pin
Gary R. Wheeler6-Jul-10 3:51
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GeneralRe: Multithreaded programming isn't _that_ hard Pin
Paul Reeder6-Jul-10 3:55
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GeneralRe: Multithreaded programming isn't _that_ hard Pin
Gary R. Wheeler6-Jul-10 4:01
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GeneralRe: Multithreaded programming isn't _that_ hard Pin
El Corazon6-Jul-10 5:02
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GeneralRe: Multithreaded programming isn't _that_ hard Pin
El Corazon6-Jul-10 4:58
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GeneralRe: Multithreaded programming isn't _that_ hard Pin
Gary R. Wheeler6-Jul-10 13:53
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GeneralRe: Multithreaded programming isn't _that_ hard Pin
El Corazon6-Jul-10 15:23
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GeneralRe: Multithreaded programming isn't _that_ hard Pin
Gary R. Wheeler7-Jul-10 13:50
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GeneralRe: Multithreaded programming isn't _that_ hard Pin
El Corazon7-Jul-10 14:08
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GeneralRe: Multithreaded programming isn't _that_ hard Pin
Gary R. Wheeler7-Jul-10 14:30
MemberGary R. Wheeler7-Jul-10 14:30 

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