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  • Blog Post: F# Parallel Execution and Future Tasks

    In a previous post I talked about some options around performing parallel executions by providing some wrappers that allowed a collection of functions to be executed in parallel: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/carlnol/archive/2011/07/17/f-and-running-parallel-tasks.aspx However there is another approach one...
  • Blog Post: F# and Running Parallel Tasks

    Recently I have been working a lot with the Task Parallel Libraries. In doing so, in F#,  you will quickly learn that one has to perform quite a bit of casting. As such I have found it useful to define some wrapper members that abstract these casting and calling schematics: type ParallelEx =   ...
  • Blog Post: F# Array.Parallel sort functions demonstrating a Merge Sort using Barrier

    If you follow the excellent Parallel Programing with .Net blog , you will have read a recent post by Emad Omara demonstrating a Parallel Merge Sort using Barrier . While there may be more efficient parallel sorting options, as this post notes, this is a good demonstration of the usage of a Barrier, and...
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