Parallel Programming in Native Code

Parallel programming using C++ AMP, PPL and Agents libraries.

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  • Blog Post: Samples posted for the Parallel Pattern Library and Concurrency Runtime

    Following the release of Visual Studio 2010, we've just published a set of sample applications for using the Parallel Pattern Library, the Agents Library and the Concurrency Runtime on code gallery. These supplement the documentation and samples provided on msdn for Beta1. The samples include using...
  • Blog Post: What's new in the Concurrency Runtime and the Parallel Patterns and Asynchronous Agents Libraries

    Visual Studio 2010 Beta1 has been released, and it is a full install version . The team has been busy, busy busy since the CTP release last fall to deliver most of the APIs and objects we’ve blogged about here into Beta1. So I wanted to take a moment to summarize what’s new in the Beta for the Parallel...
  • Blog Post: Concurrency Runtime and Windows 7

    Microsoft has recently released a beta for Windows 7, and a look at the official web site ( http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/default.aspx ) will show you a pretty impressive list of new features and usability enhancements. I encourage you to go look them over for yourself, but in this article...
  • Blog Post: Dave Probert ‘goes deep’ on Win7 User Mode Scheduled Threads

    Charles Torre just posted a great Channel9 session with Windows kernel architect Dave Probert on functionality new to Windows7: User Mode Scheduled (UMS) Threads. Much like fibers, UMS threads enable a user mode scheduler (like the Concurrency Runtime) to have control over scheduling of threads in user...
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