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Pablo Halpern

Pablo Halpern has been programming in C++ since 1989 and has been a member of the C++ Standards Committee since 2007. His work with allocators began at Bloomberg LP, where he developed an appreciation for the simple and powerful allocator model in use there. In 2005, he started writing standards proposals to add the benefits of the Bloomberg Allocator model into the C++ allocator model. After Bloomberg, Pablo worked on C++ extensions for parallelism at Cilk Arts, Inc., and continued that work at Intel Corp after Intel acquired Cilk Arts in 2009. His currently work at Intel is on compiler technology for new processor architectures and he continues to focus on exploiting hardware parallelism through compiler technology, language extensions, and libraries. In the standards committees, he promotes adoption of parallel and vector constructs into the C++ and C standards, as well as continued improvements to the allocators. He lives with his family in southern New Hampshire, USA. When not working on compilers and parallel programming, he enjoys studying the viola, skiing, snowboarding, and watching opera.

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Friday, September 29