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Explore the new Visual C++ technologies that allow applications to run independent or semi-independent activities in parallel and provide mechanisms for synchronizing the way these activities handl...
Explore the new Visual C++ technologies that allow applications to run independent or semi-independent activities in parallel and provide mechanisms for synchronizing the way these activities handle data to avoid race conditions.
Popular tags: 2012, Mar 2012, March Issue, MSDN Magazine, C++
Downloads: 0 | Started: Mar 1 2012  | Contributors: 1
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Feb 27 2012
The C++ compiler shipping with Visual Studio 11 adds heterogeneous platform support through a technology called C++ Accelerated Massive Parallelism. C++ AMP is a data parallel API that enables deve...
The C++ compiler shipping with Visual Studio 11 adds heterogeneous platform support through a technology called C++ Accelerated Massive Parallelism. C++ AMP is a data parallel API that enables developers to take advantage of the performance of accelerators such as GPUs for executing their data parallel algorithms. This article introduces the C++ AMP API.
Popular tags: C++, April 2012, MSDN Magazine, 2012, April Issue
Downloads: 0 | Started: Apr 2 2012  | Contributors: 1
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Mar 27 2012
In C++ AMP, the most common and first step to dialing up performance gains to the next level is through a technique called tiling. This article picks up where Daniel Moth’s introduction to C++ AMP ...
In C++ AMP, the most common and first step to dialing up performance gains to the next level is through a technique called tiling. This article picks up where Daniel Moth’s introduction to C++ AMP left off, and explains how to tile your C++ AMP algorithms.
Popular tags: April Issue, 2012, MSDN Magazine, April 2012, C++
Downloads: 0 | Started: Apr 2 2012  | Contributors: 1
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Mar 27 2012
The new C++ 11 standard greatly improves the language's suitability for functional-style programming, particularly with its support for lambdas. Learn how you can use functional-style programming i...
The new C++ 11 standard greatly improves the language's suitability for functional-style programming, particularly with its support for lambdas. Learn how you can use functional-style programming in your C++ code.
Popular tags: C++, MSDN Magazine, 2012, August 2012, August issue
Downloads: 0 | Started: Aug 1 2012  | Contributors: 1
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Jul 25 2012
Jeremy Likness walks you through the requirements needed to create a Windows Runtime Component in C#, how to reference and use it, and how it impacts other language selections when developing Windo...
Jeremy Likness walks you through the requirements needed to create a Windows Runtime Component in C#, how to reference and use it, and how it impacts other language selections when developing Windows Store applications.
Popular tags: C#, 2012, MSDN Magazine, C++, Windows 8, Windows Runtime, JavaScript
Downloads: 0 | Started: Oct 10 2012  | Contributors: 1
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Sep 28 2012
Learn how to take advantage of a modern, XAML-based UI framework in C++ to build Windows Store apps.
Learn how to take advantage of a modern, XAML-based UI framework in C++ to build Windows Store apps.
Popular tags: XAML, Windows 8, C++, MSDN Magazine, 2012
Downloads: 0 | Started: Oct 10 2012  | Contributors: 1
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Sep 28 2012
Diego Dagum discusses how to port C++ desktop applications to the Windows Runtime Library, using a sample calculator application as a practical example.
Diego Dagum discusses how to port C++ desktop applications to the Windows Runtime Library, using a sample calculator application as a practical example.
Popular tags: 2012, MSDN Magazine, C++
Downloads: 0 | Started: Oct 10 2012  | Contributors: 1
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Sep 28 2012
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