Learn at TACC

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      Upcoming Spring Trainings (registration is via Google form): 

      OpenMP for C++, Friday 02/10/23, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM CST 
      C++ programmers have always been able to the C interface to OpenMP. In this tutorial we will discuss a number of ways that the power of C++ makes expressing algorithms in OpenMP more elegant. We will discuss: - range based loops and custom iterators; - user-defined reductions, with such applications as binning and filtering; - a variety of smaller topics. 
      Register here: https://forms.gle/2UyiUuESQjzCyNi68 

      C++ for C Programmers, Fridays 3/3 & 3/10/23, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM CST 
      In this tutorial, we will explore new mechanisms of C++, explain which mechanisms are no longer used, and why. Day 1: A quick introduction to object-oriented programming for intermediate level C programmers. Day 2: Discusses various modern C++ mechanisms, for both C programmers and aspiring intermediate C++ programmers. 
      Register here: https://forms.gle/gHCQyowqETNE5vRJ7 

      Save-the-Dates for the TACC Institute Series (registration coming soon): 
      June 12-16: BootUp @ TACC*
      June 26-30: Machine Learning Institute 
      July 10-14: Applied Parallel Programming Institute 
      July 10-14: Reproducible Science Institute 
      July 10-14: Scientific Visualization Institute 
      July 31-Aug 4: ReBoot @ TACC*

      *BootUp/Reboot is a dual boot camp focused on immersing you into the research life cycle, where you'll solve a computational scientific model, iteratively. Generate data, verify and validate the data, update the model, revisit the data... repeat until the model accurately predicts a real-life phenomenon. This is the research life cycle. Part training, part code-a-thon, part hackathon.