The Benefits of Low Power Cluster Compilation (and Shameless Self-Promotion)

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As many of you know, in my personal life I’m historically quite fond of low power and embedded processor systems. It’s somewhat ironic then, that in my professional life I spend most of my time programming for supercomputing clusters, or for the development of programs for supercomputing clusters. As most of you probably also know, I started a somewhat successful consulting and software development company earlier this year. This gives me a terrific amount of freedom when outfitting (and hiring) our developer and IT personnel. “Why then”, postulated I, “should I not apply my beloved low power processors to the development process of extremely large and complex systems?” Sounds crazy? Maybe not so much. Maybe not at all.

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