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Parallel Programming with Microsoft .NET

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Parallel Programming with Microsoft .NET
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Publisher: Microsoft Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0735651590
ISBN-13: 9780735651593
Number of pages: 217

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A book that introduces .NET programmers to patterns for including parallelism in their applications. Examples of these patterns are parallel loops, parallel tasks and data aggregation with map-reduce. Each pattern has its own chapter. Each chapter includes a description of the problem, an example of where the pattern is applicable, and code that implements the solution.

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