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This article presents an overview of the motivation behind new techniques that decompose problems into independent pieces for optimal use of parallel programming.
MSDN Magazine October 2008
Can someone provide me some samples about parallel programming to SqlDataBase and parallel programming to IO files?
Multicore processors are now ubiquitous on mainstream desktop computers, but applications that use their full potential are still difficult to write. Version 4 of the .NET Framework will deliver several tools that programmers can employ to make this task easier. This article explores the use of one of those tools: Parallel LINQ (PLINQ).
MSDN Magazine December 2009
In Visual C++ 10 and the Microsoft .NET Framework 4, Microsoft is introducing new libraries and runtimes to significantly ease the process of expressing parallelism in your code base, together with new tool support for performance analysis and debugging of parallel applications. In this article, you will learn about debugging support in Visual Studio 2010, much of which is focused on task-based programming models.
Stephen Toub, Daniel Moth
MSDN Magazine September 2009
The Parallel Patterns Library allows you to more easily take advantage of parallelism. See what this and other Visual C++ 2010 features are in store.
MSDN Magazine February 2009
Use Parallel Language Integrated Query (PLINQ) to take advantage of multi-processor computers and the newer wave of multi-core processors.
Joe Duffy and Ed Essey
MSDN Magazine October 2007
While multi-core processors have become increasingly common, most applications still fail to take advantage of multiple cores. Here's an overview of creating multithreaded applications that benefit from these new processors.
Daan Leijen and Judd Hall
MSDN Magazine May 2007
MSDN Magazine August 2002