The Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0 CTP is now available, featuring Parallel Extensions to .NET! Parallel Extensions has been introduced before, but what sets this CTP apart from the previous two is that it’s not a CTP of Parallel Extensions alone but of Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0.
Thanks to everyone who attended our PDC pre-conference session yesterday on parallelism and concurrency! We had a wonderful turnout at the event, and David, Joe, and I all had a terrific time. Attached to this post are the slides we presented.
Several more Channel 9 videos on parallelism have been posted in the last few days…
Parallel Computing Platform: Overview and Future Directions
Parallel Computing Platform: Asynchronous Agents for Native Code
Rahul Patil: Complexities of Testing Concurrency
This is in addition to the videos mentioned a few days ago here.
The Parallel Computing Platform team at Microsoft is working on much more than Parallel Extensions to the .NET Framework…
A few weeks back, Charles from Channel 9 spoke with us about our efforts on supporting concurrency and parallelism in native code;
Last week, the VP of the Developer Division at Microsoft announced the next version of Visual Studio and the .NET Framework: Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0. In line with that, the folks at Channel 9 have been posting videos left and right about a bunch of the new Visual Studio features,
The October 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine just went online yesterday, and it’s chock full of content on parallelism. Definitely worth a cover to cover read!
Paradigm Shift: Design Considerations For Parallel Programming
Coding Tools: Improved Support For Parallelism In The Next Version Of Visual Studio
Concurrency Hazards: Solving 11 Likely Problems In Your Multithreaded Code
Easy Async: Build Concurrent Apps From Simple F# Expressions
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