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vedran at miletic.net
Tue Jan 23 13:41:58 CET 2018
with regards to GPU as a proxy to GROMACS, well, don't we all. ;-)
If you are able to read existing C/C++ code, you'll get up to speed
pretty quickly. I would suggest starting with studying mdrun since it's
something you have seen in action, but you can choose your own starting
point depending on your user experience/familiarity with the tools.
A good way to start would be with reviewing small patches on Gerrit or,
if you want to get busy with writing code right away, you can go through
open issues in Redmine, specifically those marked with Difficulty simple.
On 01/23/2018 07:11 AM, Tomislav Jurin wrote:
> my name is Tomislav, 25 years old, software developer from Croatia,
> Split. I am mostly Java developer, but with high interest in C/C++ to
> which I was introduced in college while working on small embedded
> projects (mostly arduino and similar stuff ). My first encounter with
> gromacs was when my gaming computer was used as work station for one
> physics project, which ended pretty badly for my gaming career (tl,dr:
> computer too busy to run anything but gromacs ) :).
> I have basic understanding of C++ (worked some short time as c++
> developer for embedded projects ) but lately I have been mostly on Java
> so I will have to do some "warm up" from my side.
> If you have any advices how to start, or even some beginner friendly
> task to work on, I am highly interested on taking it.
> Best regards,
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