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Flag for United States Albuquerque, United States
Medlem siden 28. juni 2012
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Hello! My name is Brian Stinar, and I am an independent programmer located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. While starting my own software company, I made a great start for myself on [login to view URL] to pay my bills for a while before finding customers located in my own town. I hope that my experiences on Freelancer will be just as good, or better.
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My buddy and I founded Noventum Custom Software Development about six years ago. Finally, I quit my 9-5 to focus on it, and bought him out for $250. So far, I've had a number of contracting and consulting customers. There are (in reverse chronological order): 1.) A customer through vWorker, which is now on my profile here. This was a lot of Python and MySQL work. 2.) My old 9-5 job, since they were short handed and sad to see me go. 3.) Work I did for The Social Logic Institute - a local non pro

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Bachelor\'s of Science in Computer Science

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Energy-Aware Duplication Strategies for Scheduling Precedence-Constrained Parallel Tasks on Clusters

Abstract Optimizing energy consumption has become a major concern in designing economical clusters. Scheduling precedence-constrained parallel tasks on clusters is challenging because of high communication overhead. Although duplication-based strategies are applied to minimize communication overhead, most of them merely consider schedule lengths, completely ignoring energy consumption of clusters. In this regard, we propose two energy-aware duplication scheduling algorithms, called EADUS and TEBUS, to sc


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