Online Training (15 July) - Python Profiling on NeSI

On 15 July, members of the NeSI Support Team are hosting an online webinar that will demonstrate how to measure code performance and identify performance bottlenecks that take up most of a job’s execution time. Designed for intermediate to advanced NeSI users, this hands-on training will include:

  • A brief introduction to profiling

  • A tutorial on ARM map (a tool accessible to all NeSI users).

  • A recording of the workshop for future reference

Monday 15 July
2:00 - 3:30 pm
Zoom videoconference (all registrants will be emailed the connection details)

Anyone interested is encouraged to register online: 
https://www.eventbrite.co.nz/e/python-profiling-on-nesi-online-workshop-registration-63838230867 

Prerequisites:
In order to get the most out of this training, it is strongly recommended that you:

  • Have a NeSI account
  • Have access to a computer for the session
  • Are able to login to a Unix system
  • Are comfortable with typing Unix and git commands (e.g you can clone git repositories, and navigate files/ directories)
  • Are able to use an editor (like nano or vim for example) to do things like open, edit, save, and close a file.
  • Have some knowledge of Python and C/C++

If you have any questions, email training@nesi.org.nz.

 

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