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Posted 18 Dec 2007

8 Simple Rules for Designing Threaded Applications

, 19 Dec 2007
By following these rules, you will have more success in writing the best and most efficient threaded implementation of your applications.

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About the Author

Clay Breshears
This article was written by Dr. Clay Breshears, who is currently a Course Architect for the Intel Software College, specializing in multi-core and multithreaded programming and training. Clay has been involved with parallel computation and programming for over twenty years; six of those years were spent in academia. Clay started his tenure at Intel as a Senior Parallel Application Engineer at the Intel Parallel Applications Center in Champaign, IL, implementing multithreaded and distributed solutions in customer applications.

When not busy at work, Clay likes playing chess, go and mah jongg. Clay has been reading and collecting comic books since 1973.

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