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Event Schedule

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Nov 23-24, 2007

 

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Nanjing, PRC

 

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Multi-core Programming

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Dec 18, 2007

 

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Zhuhai, PRC

 

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Moving to Multi-core

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Dec 26, 2007

 

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Beijing, PRC

 

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Moving to Multi-core

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Mar 10-12, 2008

 

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Shanghai

 

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Embedded Intel Architecture & Multi-core Programming

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Mar 27, 2008

 

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Guangzhou, PRC

 

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Intel Project Management

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This intensive two-day course covers a complete overview, with hands-on lab exercises, of the importance of parallelism, threading concepts, threading methodology and programming with threads. This course also includes an overview of performance analysis for Multi-Core & Multi-Processor platforms using the latest Intel® Threading Tools Intel® Thread Checker and Intel® Thread Profiler.

This course is tailored for software developers seeking to develop programming skills required to take full advantage of Multi-Core platforms.

The course provides an introduction to different threading models, and emphasizes the most efficient techniques for developing well optimized threaded applications. It covers an introduction to the architectural features of Multi-Core and Hyper-Threading Technology from Intel as well as explains how general threading techniques are applied using this technology. The course also includes an overview of performance analysis for Multi-Core platforms using the newest Intel® Threading Tools.

This course is tailored for software developers seeking to develop programming skills required to take full advantage of Multi-Core platforms.

The course provides an introduction to different threading models, and emphasizes the most efficient techniques for developing well optimized threaded applications. It covers an introduction to the architectural features of Multi-Core and Hyper-Threading Technology from Intel as well as explains how general threading techniques are applied using this technology. The course also includes an overview of performance analysis for Multi-Core platforms using the newest Intel® Threading Tools.

Intel Cup Undergraduate Electronic Design Contest is a bi-annual science contest hosted by the Department of Higher Education of the Ministry of Education and the Department of Personnel of the Ministry of Information Industry for undergraduate students. It attracts the active participation of undergraduate students at home and abroad. The contest, emphasizing both theory design and realistic production, is aimed to foster higher quality education in universities, boost undergraduate innovation ability, and encourage a collaborative spirit. The Contest helps to link theory with practice, give undergraduate students an opportunity to apply their engineering tools and improve their electronic design skills.

This year’s contest chooses Dual Core platform (Intel Core Duo platform) for the first time, so ISC is responsible to train contest participants both the EIA architecture knowledge and multi-core programming skills, as well as to encourage them join our University Program and provide tools license support for contest. Hai co-work with High Education team, IPD team, and external stakeholders (SJTU & EVOC) to customize 2.5-day training for the contest participants.

This course introduces the software products lifecycle and content as well as tasks in each stage and key point of the lifecycle. It expatiates on the project management concept, key methodology and technique of software testing & software development including software testing stage, type and key testing methodologies. It introduces the software testing planning and function testing, unit testing and code coverage testing methodologies. The course covers project management basics of software development, project management process and communication methods in project management. We provide case studies and discussion opportunities during the class to help students understand the content. The course bases on practice and focuses on practical methodologies in project management.

 

 

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