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  • Blog Post: How to use C++ AMP from C# using WinRT

    [Updated 5/17/2012 for Visual Studio 11 Beta] In a previous article, How to use C++ AMP to C# , we described how you can use P/Invoke to call into C++ AMP and accelerate your C# apps on GPUs and other heterogeneous hardware. In this post, we'll take a look at how the same task becomes easier in Windows...
  • Blog Post: How to use C++ AMP from C#

    [Updated 5/17/2012 for Visual Studio 11 Beta] In Visual Studio 11 Beta , C++ AMP enables you to accelerate your applications using heterogeneous hardware such as GPUs. If you are a .NET developer, you can still use C++ AMP in your applications. You’ll write most of your code in C#, the pieces...
  • Blog Post: Parallelism coverage in April 2010 MSDN Magazine

    The April 2010 issue of MSDN Magazine is now available, and it has several nice articles that highlight the new parallel programming support in Visual Studio 2010. Check out Doug Turnure's " Better Coding: Better Coding with Visual Studio 2010 " and Sumit Kumar's " Visual C++: Exploring New C++ and MFC...
  • Blog Post: PDC09 Parallelism Session Videos Now Available

    Attendees at PDC09 this past week were privy to quite a few sessions on parallel computing.  Now that the videos of these sessions are online, you can view them as well from the comfort of your own home.  Here are some of the key parallelism-related sessions from this past week: Overview The...
  • Blog Post: Debugging TPL apps in VS2010

    The new parallel debugger windows in Visual Studio 2010 (Parallel Tasks and Parallel Stacks) have had many fixes and updates. I have refreshed the existing content and also added new material for Beta 2. Find links to all of it from my blog post on Parallel Debugging . Cheers Daniel
  • Blog Post: Debugging Support for Tasks

    Visual Studio 2010 has new debugger windows to support the Task-based programming model. Check out my blog post about the Parallel Tasks window .
  • Blog Post: Parallelism Videos Galore

    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...
  • Blog Post: Concurrent, Multi-core Programming on Windows and .NET

    Thanks to everyone who attended our PDC pre-conference session yesterday on parallelism and concurrency! We had a wonderful turnout at the event, and David, Joe, and I all had a terrific time. Attached to this post are the slides we presented. (It turns out that the PDC site does allow you to submit...
  • Blog Post: Native concurrency, tools, and TM

    The Parallel Computing Platform team at Microsoft is working on much more than Parallel Extensions to the .NET Framework... A few weeks back, Charles from Channel 9 spoke with us about our efforts on supporting concurrency and parallelism in native code ; the video of that conversation was released...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the "Parallel Programming in Native Code" Blog

    Our colleagues working on native concurrency have just launched the Parallel Programming in Native Code blog. We’re all on the same team and work really closely to ensure that the right programming models are exposed both for managed and native consumers, so you will be able to use your language of choice...
  • Blog Post: Mandelbrot in Parallel with C++/CLI

    Since the release of the December 2007 CTP of Parallel Extensions, we've received several questions about whether Parallel Extensions can be used from C++/CLI.  In short, yes, it can! (It can be used with any .NET language, one of the beauties of this functionality being provided through a library...
  • Blog Post: Parallel Computing Platform at TechEd 2008

    Heading to TechEd 2008? Come discover some of the exciting technologies the Parallel Computing Platform team is working on. We're presenting four sessions on parallelism at the Developer conference : DVP205 The Microsoft Parallel Computing Initiative: Bringing Concurrency to the Masses Tuesday...
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