Play interactively with C++ - Getting Started with Xeus-Cling

xeus-cling

This is the 1st installment of a new series called Play interactively with C++. Every week or so, I’ll be summarizing and exploring Standard C++ Programming in Jupyter notebook using xeus-cling.

The source code (in notebook format) for this series can be found here.

xeus-cling is a Jupyter kernel for C++ based on the C++ interpreter cling and the native implementation of the Jupyter protocol xeus.

Why Parallel Computing?

For many years we’ve enjoyed the fruits of ever faster processors. However, because of physical limitations the rate of performance improvement in conventional processors is decreasing. In order to increase the power of processors, chipmakers have turned to multicore integrated circuits, that is, integrated circuits with multiple conventional processors on a single chip.

(Source: Exponential growth of supercomputing power as recorded by the TOP500 list)