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Threading Building Blocks are a series of classes, methods, and objects from Intel that allow developers to write code that focuses on the problems they need to solve, and let the Building Blocks handle threading and parallel execution. In this video, Jeff shows a pair of examples that use the Threading Building Blocks to make code execute faster on a multi-core processor
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