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Hello folks,

I went through a session from Ron Purewal which dealt with Parallelism(Jan'2010). I found the session pretty useful so I thought of compiling notes of the same. I am uploading the notes in pdf form. I think it can be really useful for some fellow club members who are willing to go through all the sessions but are short of time.

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Re: Parallelism as explained by Ron Purewal [#permalink]

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nitin6305 wrote:
Hello folks,

I went through a session from Ron Purewal which dealt with Parallelism(Jan'2010). I found the session pretty useful so I thought of compiling notes of the same. I am uploading the notes in pdf form. I think it can be really useful for some fellow club members who are willing to go through all the sessions but are short of time.

I am attaching one more attachment here for the session on May 13,2010.

Folks, please let me know if the notes are doing any good to the community (Kudos is one of the way of doing so :) ) !!!


And do not forget to press on "Kudos" if you like the notes.


Real good stuff. I wonder how you made the notes from these videos ? Typed and made a pdf out of it ?


Correct igloo, I typed and converted it to pdf. The content was so good that I thought of sharing it with all. Good that you liked it.
You can find similar notes for Combinatiories-Slot Method by Ron here : combinatories-slot-method-notes-as-explained-by-ron-145285.html#p1164921
I ll upload more as I go through all of them.

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Re: Parallelism as explained by Ron Purewal [#permalink]

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nitin6305 wrote:
Hello folks,

I went through a session from Ron Purewal which dealt with Parallelism(Jan'2010). I found the session pretty useful so I thought of compiling notes of the same. I am uploading the notes in pdf form. I think it can be really useful for some fellow club members who are willing to go through all the sessions but are short of time.

I am attaching one more attachment here for the session on May 13,2010.

Folks, please let me know if the notes are doing any good to the community (Kudos is one of the way of doing so :) ) !!!


And do not forget to press on "Kudos" if you like the notes.


Real good stuff. I wonder how you made the notes from these videos ? Typed and made a pdf out of it ?

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Really Nice... Looking forward for more such notes... Thanks

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Just went through the concept of parallelism as explained by purewal.pretty good stuff

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