Programming Prolog on parallel machines is a new field to most Prolog fans. The paradigms used in Brain Aid Prolog allow an easy approach to this problem. But still (and in spite of our fantastic language tutorial) there will be many questions left, many ideas not explained thoroughly. We have provided some of the tools we actually use in everyday programming and a few little example programs to demonstrate how BAP can be used. The explanations given in the following chapters do not intend to give in-depth information, they just try to give an overview over the possibilities.