Presented at Madison+ Ruby on Saturday, August 22, 2015.
Supercomputing should be available for everyone who wants it. With that mission in mind, a team of engineers created Parallella, an 18-core supercomputer that’s a little bigger than a credit card. Parallella is open source hardware; the circuit diagrams are on GitHub and the machine runs Linux. Icing on the cake: Parallella is the most energy efficient computer on the planet, and you can buy one for a hundred bucks.
Why does parallel computing matter? How can developers use parallel computing to deliver better results for clients? Let’s explore these questions together.
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