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    Slow Chat Has Ended - Developing Multithreaded Apps

    We'd like to thank Dr. Clay Breshears, Aaron Tersteeg, and the folks at Intel for taking the time to chat with us on developing multithreaded applications. We greatly appreciate the time they provided.

    Hopefully as a member of CodeGuru, you found this slow chat of value. We will leave the posts visible for reference. If you have additional questions on the topic, please feel free to post in the main forum.

    As promised - I'll be giving away copies of The Art of Concurrency written by Clan and published by O'Reilly to a couple of those that participated in the slow chat. If this is you, you'll be getting a private message from me asking for a mailing address!


    Brad! Jones

    Brad! Jones,
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