Parallel Programming with Microsoft (R) .NET

Parallel Programming with Microsoft (R) .NET
Authors
Colin Campbell, Ralph Johnson, Stephen Toub
ISBN
0735651590
Published
27 Aug 2010
Purchase online
amazon.com

Save time and reduce risk on your software development projects by incorporating patterns & practices, Microsoft’s applied engineering guidance that includes both production quality source code and documentation. Everyone seems to have a favorite story about a parallel program that did not behave as expected because of a mysterious bug. These stories should inspire a healthy respect for the difficulty of the problems you face in writing your own parallel programs. Fortunately, help has arrived.

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Save time and reduce risk on your software development projects by incorporating patterns & practices, Microsoft’s applied engineering guidance that includes both production quality source code and documentation. Everyone seems to have a favorite story about a parallel program that did not behave as expected because of a mysterious bug. These stories should inspire a healthy respect for the difficulty of the problems you face in writing your own parallel programs. Fortunately, help has arrived. Microsoft Visual Studio(R) 2010 introduces a new programming model for parallelism that significantly simplifies the job. Behind the scenes are supporting libraries with sophisticated algorithms that dynamically distribute computations on multicore architectures. Proven design patterns are another source of help. A Guide to Parallel Programming introduces you to the most important and frequently used patterns of parallel programming and gives executable code samples for them, using the Task Parallel Library (TPL) and Parallel LINQ (PLINQ).

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