Samples for Parallel Programming with the .NET Framework 4

by on May 20, 2009

Along with the release of the .NET Framework 4 Beta 1 , we’ve just published a slew of samples that demonstrate using Parallel Extensions in a variety of ways.  You can download these from Code Gallery at http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/ParExtSamples . These samples include raytracers, a sudoku game, an image colorization algorithm, solvers for the n-queens problem, fractal image generators, and more.  The samples include code written to use Parallel Extensions from C#, Visual Basic, F#, and C++/CLI.  They include examples of using the Task Parallel Library, PLINQ, new coordination data structures, and even databinding a WPF UI to a collection that has data stored into it from a background thread.  On top of all of this, the samples include a project called “Parallel Extensions Extras”, which features a healthy portion of extension methods for .NET 4 types, new data structures to augment what’s being shipped in .NET 4, custom schedulers for TPL, and lots of other goodness.  Definitely worth a perusal. Enjoy!

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