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    Hello all!

    CodeGuru is proud to partner with Intel to help connect the developer community directly with Intel. We have available two "Special Guests" from Intel who have agreed to participate in this slow chat to answer your questions on:

    Developing Multithreaded Applications


    Who is participating?

    There are two key special guests from Intel that will be fielding your questions and providing insights from Intel's perspective. Please help me welcome:

    Dr.Clay Breshears and Aaron Tersteeg


    Dr. Clay Breshears is the author of "The Art of Concurrency" published by O'Reilly. Clay has been involved with parallel and concurrent programming for over 25 years and is currently a Courseware Architect on the Intel Innovative Software Education team, specializing in multi-core and multithreaded programming and training.

    Aaron Tersteeg is the community manager for the Intel Parallel Programming Community. Aaron started as a mechanical engineer (oil pump design didn't do it for me), moved on to Information Resource Management, worked as a Business Process Consultant, Fortune 500 Webmaster, Web Application Development VP of Sales and Marketing, Data Center Product Management and now Software Development.


    Our guests will be in this forum throughout the week of April 19th to answer questions. Feel free to post questions now knowing they will be joining us on Monday to start answering questions and to discuss more on developing multithreaded development.

    As a point of reference, Intel has posted a lot information on this topic. You can review The Intel Guide for Developing Multithreaded Applications here.


    As a general note....
    This forum will be for discussion the above topic. Other topics and normal forum questions should continue to be posted in the regular forum areas. We will allow some flexibility in questions, but note that off topics posts will be moved to the regular forum areas.
    Last edited by Brad Jones; April 16th, 2010 at 02:59 PM.
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