Welcome to Parallel Labs!
I am always interested in innovations that matter to our world.
I named my blog as “Parallel Labs” since I am very interested in Parallel Computing and I want to have a “Personal Laboratory” to play with different “experiments” in this area. This name is also inspired by Nema Labs, an innovative company I have worked before. Nema guys have done some real cool things (creating tools which can auto-parallelizing sequential codes rapidly and reliably).
Parallel Computing is a very interesting area and my master thesis is about diagnosing critical section bottlenecks in multithreaded applications. This website will include my thoughts, study notes and other stuffs in this area, and I really hope it will be useful for you as well.
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