Learn about both traditional and new High Performance Computing (HPC) programming models enabled via Windows HPC Server 2008. Discover how the Microsoft Message Passing Interface (MPI) enables distributed parallel computing scenarios and how to host Windows
Communication Foundation (WCF) services within a highly scalable compute cluster.
Sean Mortazavi is an architect at Microsoft in the HPC group focusing on Developer Tools. Prior to WHPC he was in the Visual Studio and MSR divisions where he worked on Microsoft's next generation of compilers, JITs and Static Analysis
tools. Before Microsoft he was at Sun Microsystems where he led the compiler code generation & optimization groups.