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probably wouldn't even run on my potato. And probably requires some weird registration. Ugh, can i torrent it somewhere, a version from around 2005? Or maybe I should just give my code to one of you, so you can check if I did anything stupid.
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Graduated from Nizhny Novgorod State University in 2001 ( master's degree in theoretical mechanic). Joined Intel at 2001. Started in Intel Compiler lab. In 2003 moved to Performance Analysis and Threading tools project. Since Sept 2009 - Product Release Manager of Intel(R) VTune(TM) Amplifier product. Responsible for development planning and release coordination activities. Also working on startup issues blocking VTune users from the product use. Certified SCRUM master.
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vivik wrote:
probably wouldn't even run on my potato. And probably requires some weird registration. Ugh, can i torrent it somewhere, a version from around 2005? Or maybe I should just give my code to one of you, so you can check if I did anything stupid.

I don't have a potato, but a respectable pineapple i7-4770. Downloaded, unziped, found install.sh, run as sudo and... didn't found some strange "packages" (I can't install the thing, ugh!)... I'll keep measuring my codes performance with RDTSC...

My OS? Ubuntu 18.04 amd64.
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Ekaterina L. (Intel)
Member Since:
2002
Brief Description:
Graduated from Nizhny Novgorod State University in 2001 ( master's degree in theoretical mechanic). Joined Intel at 2001. Started in Intel Compiler lab. In 2003 moved to Performance Analysis and Threading tools project. Since Sept 2009 - Product Release Manager of Intel(R) VTune(TM) Amplifier product. Responsible for development planning and release coordination activities. Also working on startup issues blocking VTune users from the product use. Certified SCRUM master.
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Total Points: 3,650
Status Points: 360
Intel® Brown Belt Software Developer


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