The Art of Multiprocessor Programming

What are you reading these days?  Here's what I am 'up to':

The Art of Multiprocessor Programming 

I am really enjoying this book, for it's balance of theory and practical application.  Now, it does use Java for it's examples, although I generally code in C#, I find enough similarity between the two languages that the Java examples are still quite useful for me.

I do think we all need to start paying attention to this topic - to that end here are some links that you might find useful:

PLINQ webcast by Daniel Moth -

About PLINQ on MSDN Ch9 -

Anders and Joe Duffy on MSDN Ch9 -

Parallel Computing on MSDN -

Order this book - The Art of Multiprocessor Programming: Maurice Herlihy, Nir Shavit: Books

If you are attending PDC08, there are already 4 announced sessions on parallel computing:

PDC08 sessions on parallel computing

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