Windows Server 2008 R2 on MSDN Code Gallery

As many of you are already aware, Application Developers attending the Professional Developers Conference were the first to see new Windows Server 2008 R2 features. Attendees of the Windows Hardware Engineering Conference will enjoy keynote announcements of new features and functionality access to a special evaluation release of R2.  Evaluation installation media will become broadly…

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Windows HPC Server 2008 Resource Kit Now Available

HPC Server 2008 released in September, 2008.   The new edition of Windows Server is intended for traditional High Performance Computing workloads as well as new solutions perhaps leveraging the innovative service oriented Windows Communications Foundation (WCF) solution model.   The Resource Kit includes tutorials, whitepapers, videos, and solution samples.   The kit is available online at http://resourcekit.windowshpc.net.

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Win7 PDC Sessions

Note the following listing published via MSDN Channel9 describing several PDC’08 sessions related to the next Windows client (and Server) operating systems…   https://channel9.msdn.com/posts/Dan/New-PDC-Sessions-on-Windows-7/

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Windows Server 2008 R2 at PDC’08 and WinHEC’08

As the Professional Developer’s Conference (PDC’08) date approaches, keep an eye on the published sessions for insight into new Win7 Server features and functionality.    Major themes driving new features include "Streamlined Management", "Virtualization and Consolidation", an "Enterprise-Class Application Platform", and a "Work Anywhere Infrastructure".   PDC’08 and WinHEC’08 attendees will enjoy the first public hands-on experience…

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MPI.NET 1.0 Is Now Released…!

MPI.NET is a high-performance, easy-to-use implementation of the Message Passing Interface (MPI) for Microsoft’s .NET environment. MPI is the de facto standard for writing parallel programs running on a distributed memory system, such as a compute cluster, and is widely implemented. Most MPI implementations provide support for writing MPI programs in C, C++, and Fortran….

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