After some general books on grid computation, I needed to change the subject of my readings a little bit. As Intel Threading Building Blocks always intrigued me, I chose the associated book.
Continue reading Book review: Intel Threading Building Blocks: Outfitting C++ for Multi-core Processor Parallelism
Peer-to-peer. These words are unleashing in France a fight between the legislators and the developers. And this old – I say old because it was written in 2001, and 7 years is old for a book on this topic – book presented me the issues debated in journals, blogs, … in a new way.
Continue reading Book review: Peer-to-Peer: Harnessing the Power of Disruptive Technologies
I was looking for an introductory book on peer-to-peer (P2P) application and their application to grid computation. Web services was a bonus, as it is something I don’t usually play with.
Continue reading Book review: From P2P to Web Services and Grids: Peers In A Client/Server World
This book is different from the two last books I read. Indeed, it tackles a specific Python library, Twisted, and how to use it.
Continue reading Book review: Twisted: Network Programming Essentials
After Advanced Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing, I’m going to review another book from the same serie. As the title hints it, the goal of this book is to introduce the tools that may be used in parallel, grid and distributed computing. This is the layer above the architecture the last book presented.
Continue reading Book review: Tools and environments for parallel and distributed computing
This is my first review. I read this book some time ago but I still want to write about it because the topic is very interesting.
Continue reading Book review: Advanced Computer Architecture and Parallel Processing