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  • Blog Post: Which memory model?

    In his blog , Eric Eilebrecht explains why when writing multithreaded applications today we should stick to the weak ECMA memory model instead of CLR’s much stronger memory model. In principal, I have no issue with using a weaker model than the CLR memory model but my main concern is that “at what...
  • Blog Post: CLR 2.0 memory model

    Memory is usually a shared resource on multithreaded systems therefore access to it must be regulated and fully specified. This specification is often called a “Memory Model”. Optimisations performed by compilers and the emergence of multi-core processors are some of the factors testing the agility...
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