Scottish Developers Parallelisation Talk Overview

Here are all the examples from this evening’s introductory talk on Parallelisation at Scottish Developers. Starting tasks Parallel.Invoke example Parallel.For example Parallel.ForEach example Basic PLINQ example Tasks within Tasks example Data Management Independent Object Graphs example ConcurrentBag example ConcurrentDictionary example Error Handling AggregateException example The slide deck is available as a PDF file (10.5Mb)

Speaking at Scottish Developers

I was recently answering the questions of a speaker at an upcoming Scottish Developers event that I suddenly realised that I keep answering pretty much the same questions over again. Wouldn’t it just make more sense to put them in a blog post that I can amend from time-to-time and point new speakers at that. …

Scottish Developers September Newsletter

Welcome We’ve been busy lining up some great talks between now and the end of the year. It is a great opportunity to learn new techniques and new technologies and keep yourself ahead of the game. We are continuing to trial a new events systems, so we’d be keen to hear what you think of …

An Introduction to ASP.NET MVC

[More details and registration]   16th October 2008 at 19:00 in Edinburgh Today, ASP.NET webforms is a well established and highly productive platform for building web applications. Some people though, crave more control. They want to operate that bit closer to the metal, enjoy a clear separation of concerns and ensure that unit testing their …

Scottish Developers August Newsletter

Welcome I hope you’ve all managed to have a great summer as we enter into our Autumn schedule. The big news in the Microsoft world this month is that SQL Server 2008 was released to manufacturing (RTM) and Visual Studio 2008 SP1 along with .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 was also released. We are currently trialling …

Scottish Developers July Newsletter

Welcome We are now in the middle of summer, however as I write this over a period of several days I can tell you that it has been chucking it down and it has been roasting. If you are interested in SQL Server, the SQL Bits III conference (13th September) has now opened registration and …