Stephen Toub Tour – Parallel Computing Resources


4059342469_7755ed938f Last week, Stephen Toub met with roughly 450 people on his Parallel Computing tour!  He toured through Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati, Cleveland, and Detroit, meeting with customers during the day and speaking at user group meetings in the evenings.  


I promised that I would post some resources from Stephen’s tour. 


Downloads


Stephen’s slide deck: Toub_ParallelismTour_Oct2009.zip


Download Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0 Beta 2: http://go.microsoft.com/?linkID=9692084


Download the Parallel samples: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/ParExtSamples (click the Downloads tab)


Blogs


Managed code parallelism: http://blogs.msdn.com/pfxteam (Stephen blogs here)


Native code parallelism: http://blogs.msdn.com/nativeconcurrency


Parallelism tools: http://blogs.msdn.com/visualizeparallel  


I’ve also posted a few blog posts on this topic: Parallel Programming


Other Online Resources


Concurrency developer center: http://msdn.com/concurrency


Parallel forums: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/parallelextensions/threads


Finally, David Giard interviewed Stephen as part of his “Technology and Friends” webcast series.  If you missed Stephen, you can hear some of his thoughts here




Comments (6)

  1. Matt Brewer says:

    Thanks for bring Stephen to the Heartland!  His talk was on of the most informative previews I’ve seen in a long time. The fact that he actually worke on the Parallelism team had much to do with this.  I’m looking forward to the "special guest" next spring!

  2. Matt Brewer says:

    Thanks for bring Stephen to the Heartland!  His talk was on of the most informative previews I’ve seen in a long time. The fact that he actually worke on the Parallelism team had much to do with this.  I’m looking forward to the "special guest" next spring!

  3. Kevin Kuebler says:

    I agree. I think that was one of the best meetings we’ve had at the Cleveland .Net UG. It was great hearing from someone so knowledgable and able to speak so clearly on a complex topic. Thanks Stephen and Jennifer for making the trip.

  4. Thank you very much for coming through the Louisville area. I personally found Stephen’s presentation valuable and interesting. It definitely sparked my interest in parallel computing, and .NET 4.

  5. Chris Risner says:

    Thanks for brining Steven by.  I’m sure I speak for all of us when I say it was great hearing about the new developments in parallel computing.

  6. adijuh.com says:

    Internet Resources. Parallel Computing Presentations in Michigan, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee.

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