Multicore Chips Creates Parallel Programming Concerns

Computer processors and software development languages go hand-in-hand, pushing each other for faster, more powerful results in their respective fields. According to Fortune, it’s seems as though computer hardware (i.e., multicore processing) is now in a position to surpass the capabilities (and possibly degrade the performance) of current software development languages.

However, it’s not time to worry (yet). With a new revolution of multicore chips comes an amazing potential for financial gain throughout the computer industry. My guess is it won’t be long (taking bets on less than 4yrs… anyone?) until computer programmers are working with a more efficient set of APIs, which take advantage of multicore processing.

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