Developer Event: Parallel programming in .NET (VS2010)

[UPDATE 2] This event has now been rearranged for Tuesday 24th February. Sign up at:–Parallel-programming-in-NET-VS2010-with-Eric-Nels.aspx

[UPDATE: Due to flight cancellations caused by the weather, this event has been cancelled and will be rearranged for a later date.]

This is a slight departure from our normal topics, but some of you may be interested in attending this event, which the University is hosting for VBUG Newcastle…

Date: Tuesday 3 February 2009 from 6:30 PM to 09:30 PM

Topic: VBUG NEWCASTLE: Parallel programming in .NET (VS2010) with Eric Nelson

The next version of the .NET Framework will come with new classes that start to remove the difficulties in building multi-threaded applications that are able to take advantage of the modern multi-core processor architectures and the future many-core architectures that are coming over the next few years. In this session, we will look at why we will all need to start thinking about parallelism and drill into what is available in the current previews for managed code development.

Location: Room 118, Claremont Tower, Newcastle University

For more information, and to book a place, go to:

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Windows Server infrastructure administrator at Newcastle University since 1999. Microsoft MVP for Cloud and Datacenter Management (& previously for PowerShell). Member of the Microsoft Technical Community Council. Co-founder of the NEBytes user group. @jonoble on Twitter.

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