I currently have four Intel Xeon Phi tutorials on the Dr. Dobb’s website . The Intel Xeon Phi product family is still new and rapidly evolving, so it is challenging to find good study materials to learn to use these devices.
To bring more timely information to the on-line community, I have created study guides on the techEnablement website. Check back often as this guide will be updated.
Also, note that techEnablement tutorials will utilize new web technology (see the Web Dev section) for nicely color coded source code, HTML5, videos, and more.
For the moment, here is a list of the existing Intel Xeon Phi tutorials:
- Programming Intel Xeon Phi: A Jumpstart introduction: Get a jumpstart in programming these devices in offload and native modes!
- Intel Xeon Phi for CUDA Programmers: What CUDA programmers need to understand about Intel Xeon Phi (and conversely vector programmers should understand about GPUs)
- Getting to 1 teraflop on the Intel phi coprocessor: Yes, normal programmers can reach 1 TF/s performance without resorting to library calls!
- Numerical and Computational Optimization on the Intel Phi: Achieving 2.2 PF/s (Petaflop per second) average sustained performance on the TACC Stampede supercomputer