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Allinea DDT/OPT Training Course


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Posted on 14 May 2008

ICHEC have arranged for Gordon Cook from the Allinea technical team to give two identical 2-day courses on his company's flagship products: Distributed Debugging Tool (DDT) and Optimization and Profiling Tool (OPT). The courses are provided free of charge to ICHEC users (current members of Class A/B projects only).

For those who may not be familiar with DDT/OPT, they are tools installed on some of our HPC systems and are aimed at developers of large-scale scalar and parallel applications. Please refer to www.allinea.com for more details.

If you are an ICHEC user of a Class A/B project and would like to attend one of these courses, please contact Simon Wong (e-mail simon.wong@ichec.ie) to register for this event. As the number of spaces is limited, we can only accommodate a maximum of two people per project and allocations will be done on a first-come, first-served basis. For those based outside Co. Dublin, ICHEC may be able to provide suitable reimbursements for travel & accommodation costs (again please contact Simon for details).

 

Course details are as follows:

Course I - 21st to 22nd May
Location: InfoSkills Room, Level 1, James Joyce Library, UCD, Belfield, Dublin 4.
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Course II - 5th to 6th June
Location: Room 2.12, TCHPC, Lloyd Institute, TCD, Dublin 2.
[ Travelling to TCD .. TCD Maps .. Location of Lloyd Institute ]

Schedule (identical for course I and II):

Day 1 - DDT
Morning session (9am - 12.30pm): Formal DDT course
Afternoon session (1.30pm - 4pm): DDT extras and workshop

Day 2 - OPT
Morning session (9am - 12.30pm): Formal OPT course
Afternoon session (1.30pm - 4pm): OPT extras and workshop

* There will be a short break half way thru each session (tea & coffee provided!).

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