Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Seminar: Multicore Programming on .NET

Parallel programming veteran Joe Hummel is giving a full-day seminar about multicore programming on .NET in San Francisco. Interestingly, F# is should be the programming language of choice for this presentation...

"This 1-day workshop will introduce parallel programming support in .NET 4, and move rapidly from concepts to concrete examples. Topics include the new task-oriented programming model, exploiting data & task parallelism in your applications, design patterns for exposing parallelism, Task Parallel Library (TPL), Parallel LINQ, new concurrent data structures for more efficient parallel access, and proper exception handling in the presence of parallelism. We’ll also discuss cutting-edge Visual Studio 2010 tools for debugging and profiling of parallel apps, as well as tool support from Microsoft Research. The workshop will be demo-rich, with complete source code provided."

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