Discussion on Multithreaded Programming coming next week to CodeGuru!

The whole of next week, CodeGuru will be having an open discussion on the Codeguru Forums with special guests from Intel. Please, feel free to join us for a slow chat on the topic of multithreaded and parallel programming. You will be able to post your questions related to this topic.

The experts at Intel will be visiting our forum throughout the week, and you will be able to chat to them abot multithreading and parallel programming. The question will be asked and answered via the Slow Chat: Developing Multithreaded Applications forum which has beenset up specifically and specially for you. You'll be able to access this area from the forum's main index or by using the following link once the forum opens:

Who better to ask than the experts at Intel?

If you are new to multithreading or parallel programming, then you might want to take a look at The Intel Guide for Developing Multithreaded Applications, found here : http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-guide-for-developing-multithreaded-applications/
the guys that were involved in writing this information are among those that could be answering questions next week!
Stop by and post your question, or simply let the Intel guys know what multithreaded programming you've already done. They'll be around all of next week, so this is the chance to get one-on-one with people working for one of the top tech companies in the world!

CodeGuru has had 2 Slow Chat events in the past, namely :

  1. Slow Chat: Visual C++: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
  2. Slow Chat: C++0x

Feel free to go to the abovementioned Slow Chats, to see how questions get answered and basically how the whole format of a Slow Chat works.

CodeGuru is looking to do additional slow chats in the future. As such, if you have ideas or people you'd like to see us have stop by, then let Brad know!

Starting Monday, CodeGuru will be having an open discussion on the Codeguru Forums with special guests from Intel, Please join us for a slow chat on the topic of multithreaded and parallel programming

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