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by Hans Dietrich
XQueue implements a shared-memory first-in first-out (FIFO) queue, based on memory-mapped files, that works on all versions of Windows.
by Nish Sivakumar
Introduction to using the Monitor class for accessing shared resources from multiple threads
by PIEBALDconsult
A class that allows my CommScript class to "'drive' a command line utility"
by Valery Grebnev
This article illustrates simple approaches and test results when creating containers with concurrent flavor and running on a multi-core PC.

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by Sergey Nozhenko
This is an alternative for "PipeStream, a Memory Efficient and Thread-Safe Stream"
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Calling native methods from .NET application via standard Windows Named Pipes
by bssrini
Browser control plays an important role in hybrid application development, when browser controls are used for a prolonged time its memory foot print starts to increase gradually. This article explains a way to host the browser control in a separate process which can be loaded/unloaded as needed.
by yux_315
Implement a thread synchronization queue with STL and boost.

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