Concurrently Speaking

A blog by Niklas Gustafsson on topics loosely related to concurrency and manycore

November, 2009

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    PDC 2009, Day Two

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    I have been blown away by the interest in Axum from people I talk with here at PDC. In more than every other conversation I have had, it comes up, and not because I bring it up. We know that the download stats are fantastic for it, but it’s awesome to...
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    PDC 2009, Day One

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    Two days ago I lied. I said I was going to post every day, but Monday was so uneventful that there simply wasn’t anything to say. I helped set up the booths and went back to the hotel… Yawn! Tuesday was more interesting. We had a couple of parallelism...
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    PDC 2009, Day Minus One

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    This year’s PDC promises to be an exciting one with VS 2010 in Beta2 and lots of other technologies either just shipped or about to ship. I’m in Los Angeles to speak about Axum, as part of a new thing we’re doing this year: talking about topics that are...
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    The Perils of Lock-Freeness & Getting Tasks onto the UI Thread

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    In my last post, I was looking for someone to tell me about a race condition in the cancel() code path, but to my embarrassment, Krishnan Varadarajan, one of the many talented developers on the ConcRT team, pointed out a bad race on the run/wait code...
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