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Developing Windows Concurrent Applications
4 days course
Writing concurrent applications is no longer a "luxury" reserved to high-end server developers. Client applications need concurrency to maintain responsive user interfaces, server applications need concurrency to utilize hardware resources, and everyone needs concurrency to properly mix I/O requests with CPU processing. In this four day course you will learn how to develop concurrent applications that use multiple threads, thread pool work items, or high-level tasks for better throughput and responsiveness on multicore hardware.
Windows developers, team leaders, and architects with at least two years of experience programming Win32 applications in C++.
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