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Parallel Programming with Python

Parallel Programming with Python (Paperback)

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A fast, easy-to-follow and clear tutorial to help you develop Parallel computing systems using Python. Along with explaining the fundamentals, the book will also introduce you to slightly advanced concepts and will help you in implementing these techniques in the real world. If you are an experienced Python programmer and are willing to utilize the available computing resources by parallelizing applications in a simple way, then this book is for you. You are required to have a basic knowledge of Python development to get the most of this book.

Computing & ITComputer programming / software developmentWeb programming Publisher: Packt Publishing Limited Publication Date: 24/04/2014 ISBN-13: 9781783288397  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Jan Palach has been a software developer for 13 years, having worked with scientific visualization and backend for private companies using C++, Java, and Python technologies. Jan has a degree in Information Systems from Estacio de Sa University, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and a postgraduate degree in Software Development from Parana State Federal Technological University. Currently, he works as a senior system analyst at a private company within the telecommunication sector implementing C++ systems; however, he likes to have fun experimenting with Python and Erlang-his two technological passions. Naturally curious, he loves challenges and learning new technologies, meeting new people, and learning about different cultures.

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