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C# 2008 And 2005 Threaded Programming
     

C# 2008 And 2005 Threaded Programming

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by Gast N C Hillar
 

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C# 2008 and 2005 Threaded Programming: Beginner's Guide 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
michael_s More than 1 year ago
I needed to develop a C# application with great performance. I hadn't developed using threads. the book was very useful to understand how to exploit multiprocessor systems and multicore micoprocessors. very useful.
tombricks More than 1 year ago
If you want to start exploiting multicore CPUs (processors) using C# 2.0 (2005) or C# 3.0 (2008) without having to wait for Microsoft Parallel Extentions, you'll love this book.
I've read it in one week. The exercises are very easy and they help developers like me to understand the multicore jungle.
Highly recommended for C# developers. Take into account that you must know C# basics to understand the book.
The funny stories about NASA scientists accompaining the examples make you eat the book pages. Nice work to help developers tackle the multicore revolution using C#.
k_laud More than 1 year ago
The book is very easy to understand, useful and comprehensive. 5 stars.
MARKaldrecht More than 1 year ago
A great book with amazing examples. It was very easy for me to develop applications optimized for multicore CPUs using the examples found in this book.
The code can be downloaded from the book's official webpage: http://www.packtpub.com/beginners-guide-for-C-sharp-2008-and-2005-threaded-programming
Therefore, you do not have to write the code and you can read the book in a few days.
AndrewStromberg More than 1 year ago
the author works with easy examples to explain the most complex topics related to parallel programming. I'm sure modern C# developers should read this book because it also prepares the reader to work with future C# 4.0 (visual c# 2010). I loved the chapter dedicated to Microsoft Parallel extensions.