.NET Parallel Programming

All about Async/Await, System.Threading.Tasks, System.Collections.Concurrent, System.Linq, and more…

New PLINQ video on Channel 9

Igor and Joe from our Parallel Extensions team sat down with Charles from Channel 9 to discuss the inner workings of PLINQ.  The video of the conversation is now available at https://channel9.msdn.com/showpost.aspx?postid=390736. "Continuing our exploration of the Parallel Computing Platform and the folks who think it up and ...

Wrapping an APM implementation with Future

In a previous post, I talked about implementing the Asynchronous Programming Model pattern using Future<T> from Parallel Extensions to the .NET Framework.  It's also possible to go in the opposite direction, to create a Future<T> from an existing APM implementation.As has been shown in previous examples, in this example we'll ...

Jobs on the Parallel Computing Platform team

As mentioned in a previous post, we're actively hiring for the Parallel Computing Platform team at Microsoft.  Whether you're interested in PM, dev, test, or product management, we have some awesome positions available! You can see a list of them and apply for those positions here...

Parallel loop performance

We've received several questions on the MSDN Forums for Parallel Extensions about the performance of the Parallel class, and specifically of the loop constructs we provided in the CTP.  We're very much aware that the performance of Parallel.For/ForEach in the CTP is not optimal, and that for some situations, the overhead for these ...

6th Annual Microsoft Financial Services Developer Conference

We'll be speaking this week in NYC about Parallel Extensions to the .NET Framework at the Microsoft Financial Services Developer Conference. "The 2008 Microsoft Financial Services Developer Conference will focus on providing developers and architects in Financial Services a clear roadmap of the Microsoft development platform with a focus on ...

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