See the exercise files layout and learn your way around so that you can follow along in the course. If you don't have access to the exercise files, that's okay since you can copy what you see on screen into your own C++ Visual Studio 2015 Win32 console application project.
- [Instructor] If you have access to the exercise files for this course, you can download them to your desktop. The folders either contain the demo application or two subfolders labeled begin and end. Inside each folder is the zipped up demo application. The begin and end subfolders are for the videos where changes inside Visual Studio are made. I encourage you to follow along with the exercise files, if you have access to them. If you don't, that's okay. Since we look at the source code for the demo application, you can copy what you see onscreen and make your own Visual Studio 2015 project.
Just make sure it's a C++ Win32 console application.
- Installing Intel Advisor
- Sorting source code
- Integrating Visual Studio and Intel Advisor
- Discovering parallel code
- Adding markers for parallelism
- Predicting parallel behavior
- Predicting data sharing problems
- Adding parallelism with a task handler
- Forecasting performance gains