You are invited to come to the Microsoft Partner Adoption Center in Redmond, WA for a three-day developer lab on parallel computing.
This event is for Microsoft Partners and Customers seeking to incorporate either .NET4 Parallel Extensions or C++ Concurrency Runtime features into their new or existing applications. Gain expertise with new Visual Studio tools including the Parallel Debugger and the Parallel Performance Analyzer.
Opportunities for attendees include:
- Gain expert design assistance with your Parallel Computing Platform based solution.
- Develop a solution prototype in collaboration with Microsoft Software Engineers.
- Attend topical presentations and “chalk-talk” sessions.
- Your team will be assigned private, secure offices for confidential collaboration activities.
The event has limited capacity thus enrollment is based on an application process. Please download and complete the application form then return it to the event management team per instructions included within the form. Applications will be evaluated based upon the technical solution scenario along with indicated project readiness timelines. Microsoft event management team members may contact you directly for additional clarification and discussion of your project scenario during the nomination process.
The lab is hosted by the Parallel Computing Platform product team and Developer & Platform Evangelism.
About Parallel Computing
Parallel computing is a form of computation in which many operations are carried out simultaneously. Visual Studio 2010, the .NET Framework 4, and Visual C++ 2010 all contain new support for writing, debugging, and tuning parallel applications.
- Parallel Programming in the .NET Framework
- Parallel Programming with Visual C++
- Parallel Diagnostic Tools
For more information about parallel programming, see Parallel Computing on MSDN. For code samples in VB and C#, see Samples for Parallel Programming with the .NET Framework 4.
For an introduction into parallel programming, see my blog post How to Get Started with Multi-Core: Parallel Processing You Can Use.
Bruce D. Kyle
ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation