Fortran Jobs and Contests

Fortran is short for Formula Translation, a programming technique that is used in many websites today. If you are a Fortran expert seeking to earn some impressive income online, then you can choose from a variety of Fortran jobs at Freelancer.com.
Fortran is a general-purpose programming language that is particularly suitable for numeric and scientific computing. This programming language is applied in computationally intensive fields in a wide array of tasks such as computational physics, finite elements analysis, numerical weather production and so forth. According to experts, Fortran has not only increased the programming efficiency, it has also increased the pool of computer users who can program satisfactorily.
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Assist with designing a code that can run correctly Need help working with a code that can be used to perform computations in parallel. Need someone to determine of the code as is written and attached can perform the computations without leading to any race conditions and see if the code can be improved to be able to run for various numbers of processes. Need expert to be able to assist with a code that uses fortran 90 and mpi programming. 2 Fortran Feb 12, 2016 Feb 12, 20165d 13h $30
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