Moth on parallel debugging

Daniel Moth just posted a great entry to his blog that provides one-stop-shopping for all things VS 2010 parallel debugger, including videos, samples, slides, etc.  It’s great to see how much content we’ve built up over the past few months.  I recommend you pay The Moth a visit to check it all out!


TechEd panel discussion video available

Earlier this week, I sat down with Don Syme, Keith Yedlin, and our moderator, Tiberiu Covaci, for a panel discussion on the impact of parallelism on software developers.  Check out the video here.


Meet me at TechEd Europe and SuperComputing09

I’m about to embark on a 2-week road trip, speaking at TechEd Europe in Berlin next week and SuperComputing09 in Portland the week following.  If you’d like to get together to talk parallel programming, please let me know.  I’m particularly interesting in learning more from folks that are considering adoption of the new parallel computing…


Visual Studio 2010 beta 2 and new MSDN launch today!

Visit the landing page for VS2010 and .NET 4.0 to learn more and to download the bits.  One of the most exciting aspects of this release is that the quality and completeness have met high enough standards that we have declared it “Go Live” quality, which means you can begin developing production applications with VS…


Parallel Computing in Visual Studio 2010 beta 1

Beta 1 has been available for a few weeks now, and I’ve been seeing a lot of encouraging customer pick-up and feedback.  If you haven’t had the opportunity to try it yet, I encourage you to head over to MSDN and download a copy.  Once you grab a copy, the VS Beta 1 or Parallel…


Survival of the Nicest… or is it the Meanest?

I’m a regular Slashdot reader.  Yes, yes, people from Microsoft do read Slashdot; it keeps us grounded to know what is on the minds of the ABM crowd.  Slashdot is often an insightful leading indicator of information technology thought and opinion.  However, every once in a while I come across a Slashdot article that I…