Are you a developer and have you always wished to be able to implement code in parallel and try it on a cluster of processors? Well, now you can do it, cheaply and easily at your home. Thanks to the low cost of the Raspberry Pi boards, now you can realize a small cluster on which to practice and become familiar with parallel programming.
In this article, you’ll see how easy it is to make a small cluster consisting of two Raspberry Pi boars. As a programming language you will use Python and as for programming in parallel, you will see how easy you can be implemented parallel code thanks to the MPI library. A series of examples will then introduce you to the basic concepts of the parallel programming that will be useful for you to develop any project.
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