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2002
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON

2003
The University of Western Ontario
London, ON

2004
Wilfrid Laurier University
Waterloo, ON

2005
York University
Toronto, ON

2006
University of Waterloo
Waterloo, ON

2007
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON

2008
York University
Toronto, ON

2009
Sheridan Institute
Oakville, ON

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June 2, 2010

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May 27, 2010

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Poster (PDF)

SHARCNET Development Environment

Description

This workshop/tutorial will introduce the participants to all the concepts and techniques required in the development of computer programs based on Fortran 77 and Fortran 90, c and C++.

Tools required to port programs from other systems will be described, examples will be presented and short exercises assigned to enforce the concepts.

Basic bash command (and briefly other shells) will be introduced and exercises carried out.

Scripts, Makefiles and related utilities will be illustrated. Several examples using Libraries (IMSL & NAG for Fortran 90 and Standard Template Library (STL) for C++) will be presented. Batch environment for running MPI and OpenMP jobs in Fortran 90 and C++ will be explored through some short programs.

Several cases studies which illustrate good programming practices will be carried out.

Instructor: Nick Chepurniy, SHARCNET, University of Windsor.

Prerequisites: The attendees are expected to have an account and have some familiarity with either Fortran 90, c or C++. The attendees should be familiar with the UNIX environment under which they will have hands-on lab exercises.

Course Notes

slides (PDF)