In .NET 4, the new Parallel class provides For, ForEach, and Invoke methods for performing operations in parallel.

See the original post:
Does Parallel.For use one Task per iteration?

Filed under: 2008, 2009, 3.0, acr, action, ads, app, application, archive, art, atom, beta, Blog, build, cd, change, cli, cloud, code, community, control, Cookie, cost, course, css, currency, data, details, documentation, ea, eff, ego, elements, email, event, events, extension, extensions, Fashion, feedback, fun, gdc, goo, hiring, host, HP, ical, icon, im, images, Interesting, ion, IT, java, javascript, jobs, King, language, languages, library, license, location, lock, ls, mac, mail, management, march, media, message, Meta, microsoft, Microsoft Rules, Mini, mmo, new, news, NIN, notification, numbers, opera, order, OS, pc, perform, performance, pool, port, post, pre, pro, processor, Q1, rant, release, required, results, rights, rip, Rove, rss, screen, script, search, server, source, space, summer, support, tag, tags, talk, tasks, tech, test, testing, theme, themes, things, time, tip, top, tor, track, trends, TV, ui, uk, unity, update, value, video, videos, wiki, wind, word

JUMP TO TOP
SHARE THIS POST

Hurricane Sandy and My Windows Phone