Microsoft's new parallel computing features are making it easier to leverage mulit-core processing. This video will start you down the .NET Framework Parallel Computing path. The video guides you through building an application using the Task and BlockingCollection classes.
Examples will show how to coordinate Task classes and utilize llambda expressions. You'll learn why you need data structures like the BlockingCollection to mediate between parts of a solution. The examples will also show alternate ways to consume data from a BlockingCollection.
This article was originally published on December 3rd, 2010
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Jeff is a software developer specializing in enterprise application integration solutions utilizing BizTalk, SharePoint, WCF, WF, and SQL Server.
Jeff has been developing software with Microsoft tools for more than 15 years in a variety of industries including: military, manufacturing, financial services, management consulting, and computer security.
Jeff is a Microsoft BizTalk MVP.
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