Async and Parallel Programming: Application Design

Discusses the design of asynchronous and parallel applications using the new Task-based model available in .NET 4 and Silverlight 5.
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Discusses the design of asynchronous and parallel applications using the new Task-based model available in .NET 4 and Silverlight 5.
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Need to make your .NET applications more responsive? Run faster? On today's multicore hardware, async and parallel programming may be the answer. This course (part 2 of 2) discusses the safe and efficient design of asynchronous and parallel .NET applications. It builds upon the introduction provided in part 1 ("Introduction to Asynchronous and Parallel Programming in .NET 4"), offering more details into the inner workings of the Task Parallel Library, the dangers of concurrent execution, and the higher-level abstractions available in the TPL to help you. The course closes by weaving these concepts together and presenting common patterns for building fast, correct parallel software. This course is for anyone working in .NET 4 or Silverlight 5.
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Need to make your .NET applications more responsive? Run faster? On today's multicore hardware, async and parallel programming may be the answer. This course (part 2 of 2) discusses the safe and efficient design of asynchronous and parallel .NET applications. It builds upon the introduction provided in part 1 ("Introduction to Asynchronous and Parallel Programming in .NET 4"), offering more details into the inner workings of the Task Parallel Library, the dangers of concurrent execution, and the higher-level abstractions available in the TPL to help you. The course closes by weaving these concepts together and presenting common patterns for building fast, correct parallel software. This course is for anyone working in .NET 4 or Silverlight 5.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(638)
Duration
3h 45m
Released
29 May 2012
Course authors

Joe focuses on High Performance Computing and .NET languages. Joe has been specializing in Microsoft technologies since 1992, and is well-versed in Microsoft's High-Performance Computing initiative (HPC Server, Compute Cluster Server, MPI, MPI.NET, OpenMP, PFx), web technologies (ASP.NET and Ajax Extensions for ASP.NET), the desktop (WinForms), LINQ, .NET Framework, and its most popular languages (VC++, C#, F# and VB).

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