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  1. So why are so many systems needed? OpenACC,...

    So why are so many systems needed? OpenACC, OpenMP, Cilk+, OpenCL. They all work on CPU.
  2. I wonder what's the performance of both...

    I wonder what's the performance of both compared..

    Would be nice to have 6x4k screens per card. I could imagine many monitoring environments to require 24 4k screens in the future. Possible with 4...
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    My mother was working for the state. In general...

    My mother was working for the state. In general they pay less cause they know that more women work there and the productivity is lower. And they're less worried about the profits because the state...
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    It's also difficult if you hire a wrong person,...

    It's also difficult if you hire a wrong person, you can't fire him/her immediately. If you fire someone cause she's pregnant and will cost too much, that is bring down the whole company, she will sue...
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    I'm not talking about generalizations and...

    I'm not talking about generalizations and stereotypes. It's about statistics. I agree that the woman you describe would be a very valuable worker for any company. Also the men who are ambitious and...
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    What kind of proof you want? It's a fact that in...

    What kind of proof you want? It's a fact that in some european countries the employer pays the bills when a woman takes maternity leave or dad takes paternity leave. It just so often happens that...
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    Startups and small companies are very significant...

    Startups and small companies are very significant in some european countries. 90% of their whole software industry are small companies, so small that they can't really spend money on unproductive...
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    There are examples in Europe where an entrepeneur...

    There are examples in Europe where an entrepeneur can't afford hiring new people cause if they're women and get babies, the whole company is finito. They don't have enough capital to pay wages...
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    It's just statistics. When I studied computer...

    It's just statistics. When I studied computer engineering, only around 2% of students were female. And that 2% meant more or less one new female person per year. I only saw one women giving courses...
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    It's not equal pay if one works for 4 years full...

    It's not equal pay if one works for 4 years full time, the other works for 2 years full + 2 years taking care of babies. And you need to hire some other guy to do the work (and if you're unlucky,...
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    Information technology and programming has also...

    Information technology and programming has also changed a lot during our history. The programming is much much more analytical now. DIfferent types of persons do it now. Think about it for a second....
  12. I haven't been studying this AMP much, but isn't...

    I haven't been studying this AMP much, but isn't it pretty much like OpenACC which NVIDIA supports?
  13. YMMV, but IMO it's all about the drivers on...

    YMMV, but IMO it's all about the drivers on Linux.

    For example I'd use NVIDIA and CUDA any day over half assed OpenCL solution AMD offers. AMD/ATI made great hardware, but the drivers have always...
  14. Some information about GPU pipelines...

    Some information about GPU pipelines
    http://www.realworldtech.com/ivy-bridge-gpu/6/
    http://www.nvidia.com/content/PDF/kepler/NVIDIA-Kepler-GK110-Architecture-Whitepaper.pdf

    What I was referring...
  15. WTF man. System memory *IS* the graphics memory...

    WTF man. System memory *IS* the graphics memory when talking about Intel HD graphics. What cache? L1-L3? You can't use e.g. instruction cache for graphics assets. L3 might be useful, don't know if...
  16. Eh, "16GB of DDR3 system memory". Does Michael...

    Eh, "16GB of DDR3 system memory". Does Michael have any clue about Intel graphics? The speed of system memory has huge effect on graphics performance. Was it ddr3-1600 or something decent for gaming?...
  17. Some unlucky incidents with release schedule and...

    Some unlucky incidents with release schedule and freezing stuff. I remember that Ubuntu many times had some buggy svn versions + patches of stuff when the final stable version was out before the...
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    Don't get me wrong, but I don't follow your...

    Don't get me wrong, but I don't follow your logic. Surely an app like email client has some fixed hardware requirements. What's the point in adding more and more bloat if the hardware is fast?...
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    Any idea how a C++ based server would compete...

    Any idea how a C++ based server would compete against PHP? The last server backend I was working with was a Xeon X7560 with 64-bit Linux and custom socket event loops for 3 Intel server gigabit NICs....
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    I doubt that will appear in the near future. The...

    I doubt that will appear in the near future. The thing is

    - you need arm64 because the apps are getting slower and more bloated. You need enormous amount of power now to fire up even simple apps...
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