Parallelism Videos Galore

Stephen Toub - MSFT

It’s been a hectic and exciting few weeks, and we on the Parallel Computing Platform team have been having a great time talking with customers all over the world, at the PDC, at TechEd EMEA, at DevConnections, through Channel 9, and more.  A lot of the resulting material is now available online for viewing, so do check it out if you’re interested.

PDC 2008 videos

Parallel Programming for Managed Developers with the Next Version of Microsoft Visual Studio

Parallel Programming for C++ Developers in the Next Version of Microsoft Visual Studio

Microsoft Visual Studio: Bringing out the Best in Multicore Systems

Concurrency Runtime Deep Dive: How to Harvest Multicore Computing Resources

Parallel Symposium: Addressing the Hard Problems with Concurrency

Parallel Symposium: Application Opportunities and Architectures

Parallel Symposium: Future of Parallel Computing

Research: Concurrency Analysis Platform and Tools for Finding Concurrency Bugs

The Concurrency and Coordination Runtime and Decentralized Software Services Toolkit 

Channel 9: Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0 Week

Using the Parallel Extensions to the .NET Framework

Native Parallelism with the Parallel Patterns Library

Debugging Parallel Applications with Visual Studio 2010 

TechEd EMEA 2008

Parallel Programming for Managed developers with Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0

Tech chat with Microsoft’s parallel guru Steve Teixeira

Why we Need the Task-Based Programming Model Introduced in .NET 4

The Inexorable Drive to Many-Core Processors 

Other (OnMicrosoft, University of Washington Colloquium, …)

Concurrent Programming on Windows

Visual Studio 2010 Part 1 of 2- Support for Parallelism

Visual Studio 2010 Part 1 of 2- Support for Parallelism

Microsoft’s Parallel Computing Platform: Applied Research in a Product Setting

And if you’re more interested in the written word, check out this recent tech brief in Redmond Developer News:

Tech Brief: Parallel Extensions

All of this is, of course, in addition to all of the previous material that’s been posted online, such as was mentioned at The Channel 9 videos are rolling in, Webcasts on Parallelism from France, Parallel Extensions Demo Fun on Channel 9, More Channel 9 Parallel Extensions Goodness, New PLINQ video on Channel 9, Task Parallel Library on Channel 9, Burton Smith on Channel 9, Parallel Extensions on .NET Rocks, Parallelism in October 2008 MSDN Magazine, and Another Parallel Extensions screencast.



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