C++ Concurrency in Action: Practical Multithreading

C++ Concurrency in Action: Practical Multithreading

C++ Concurrency in Action: Practical Multithreading [Epub] ❦ C++ Concurrency in Action: Practical Multithreading By Anthony Williams – Polishdarling.co.uk Summary C Concurrency in Action is a reference and guide to the new C Standard for experienced C programmers as well as those who have never written multithreaded code This book will show you how to Summary C Concurrency in Action is a in Action: eBook ↠ reference and guide to the new CStandard for experienced C programmers as well as those who have never written multithreaded code This book will show you how to write robust multithreaded applications in C while avoiding many common pitfallsAbout the TechnologyMultiple processors with multiple cores are the norm these days The Cversion of the C language offers beefed up support for multithreaded applications, and requires that you master the principles, techniques, and new language C++ Concurrency PDF/EPUB or features of concurrency to stay ahead of the curveAbout the BookWithout assuming you have a background in the subject, CC Concurrency in Action gradually enables you to write robust and elegant multithreaded applications in CYou ll explore the threading memory model, the new multithreading support library, and basic thread launching and synchronization facilities Along the way, you ll learn how to navigate the trickier bits of programming for concurrencyWritten for C programmers who are new to concurrency and others who may have Concurrency in Action: MOBI ☆ written multithreaded code using other languages, APIs, or platformsPurchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning Also available is all code from the bookWhat s InsideWritten for the new CStandard Programming for multiple cores and processors Small examples for learning, big examples for practice Table of ContentsHello, world of concurrency in C Managing threads Sharing data between threads Synchronizing concurrent operations The C memory model and operations on atomic types Designing lock based concurrent data structures Designing lock free concurrent data structures Designing concurrent code Advanced thread management Testing and debugging multithreaded applications.


10 thoughts on “C++ Concurrency in Action: Practical Multithreading

  1. Barbara Krein Barbara Krein says:

    This book was at hand in the best moment


  2. Alasdair Craig Alasdair Craig says:

    A very tough read on what is already a very advanced subject It deserves reading twice, but I haven t got it in me to try again A lot of code snippets which is good, but almost too much An appendix on relevant C 11 constructs explains them better than anywhere else I ve seen I didn t get that aha moment when you see an entry point into a big subject If it did anything for me it was to push me away from handling the nuts and bolts of multi threading, and looktowards the concurrency ab A very tough read on what is already a very advanced subject It deserves reading twice, but I haven t got it in me to try again A lot of code snippets which is good, but almost too much An appendix on relevant C 11 constructs explains them better than anywhere else I ve seen I didn t get that aha moment when you see an entry point into a big subject If it did anything for me it was to push me away from handling the nuts and bolts of multi threading, and looktowards the concurrency abstractions like parallelism, OpenMP, PPL, AMP, etc


  3. Nick Black Nick Black says:

    good stuff, the best coverage of C 11 concurrency i ve seen in one place i took away one star due to use of the term benign data races , which Hans Boehm of HP pretty much proved not to exist in research papers of the 2012 era kinda unfortunate that c 11 threading doesn t have cancellation in the Pthreads mold, but i can understand why, especially given the amount of fine grained libc interaction necessary to support timely cancellation in the presence of system calls very good coverage of good stuff, the best coverage of C 11 concurrency i ve seen in one place i took away one star due to use of the term benign data races , which Hans Boehm of HP pretty much proved not to exist in research papers of the 2012 era kinda unfortunate that c 11 threading doesn t have cancellation in the Pthreads mold, but i can understand why, especially given the amount of fine grained libc interaction necessary to support timely cancellation in the presence of system calls very good coverage of atomics


  4. lehaleha lehaleha says:

    Covers in detail most common areas of multithreaded programing using C 11 features Not super advanced reading, but good intermediate one for sure.


  5. Joe Joe says:

    Great reference, but a tough read from cover to cover.What I liked about the book great examples, both of good and bad design patterns for concurrency in c different approaches to concurrency mutexes and atomics discussed with appropriate grounding in performance high locks and mutexes and low level approaches memory model and atomics discussed each in detail appendices contain complete reference for the concurrency parts of the c 11 standard, as well as other language features Great reference, but a tough read from cover to cover.What I liked about the book great examples, both of good and bad design patterns for concurrency in c different approaches to concurrency mutexes and atomics discussed with appropriate grounding in performance high locks and mutexes and low level approaches memory model and atomics discussed each in detail appendices contain complete reference for the concurrency parts of the c 11 standard, as well as other language features the book concluded with the practical consideration of how to test concurrent codeI m sure I will refer to this book a lot in my daily work


  6. Qiongsi Wu Qiongsi Wu says:

    A very good book on this material It even teaches concurrent programming better than my operating system s class The good The organization of the book is neat Code examples are very clearly annotated and easy to follow The use of modern C is nice it helps me learn both multi threaded programming and modern C together On the other hand, maybe I missed them when reading it, there is a lack of examples with performance numbers Maybe it is not necessary, but I am interested in doing the A very good book on this material It even teaches concurrent programming better than my operating system s class The good The organization of the book is neat Code examples are very clearly annotated and easy to follow The use of modern C is nice it helps me learn both multi threaded programming and modern C together On the other hand, maybe I missed them when reading it, there is a lack of examples with performance numbers Maybe it is not necessary, but I am interested in doing the coding myself and measure them against what is in the book


  7. Mike Mike says:

    An excellent and comprehensive introductory to intermediate book on the practice of writing parallel to C.


  8. Muhammad Naveed Muhammad Naveed says:

    Well if you reading this comment Probably you should read the book.


  9. Sofie Giocante Sofie Giocante says:

    The very best book about this topic I LEARNED lot from this book thanks to authors.


  10. Simón Simón says:

    A very detailed walkthrough of C concurrency, this book requires actually working with the APIs and techniques it describes, as otherwise it becomes too hard to stay focused.The lock free design chapter is priceless, and the C 11 appendix is almost as good as a dedicated C 11 book Finally, the concurrency API reference also included as an appendix can be very useful.More a reference book to have near your desk than a technical book to read while commuting, C Concurrency is a worthy invest A very detailed walkthrough of C concurrency, this book requires actually working with the APIs and techniques it describes, as otherwise it becomes too hard to stay focused.The lock free design chapter is priceless, and the C 11 appendix is almost as good as a dedicated C 11 book Finally, the concurrency API reference also included as an appendix can be very useful.More a reference book to have near your desk than a technical book to read while commuting, C Concurrency is a worthy investment


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10 thoughts on “C++ Concurrency in Action: Practical Multithreading

  1. Barbara Krein Barbara Krein says:

    This book was at hand in the best moment


  2. Alasdair Craig Alasdair Craig says:

    A very tough read on what is already a very advanced subject It deserves reading twice, but I haven t got it in me to try again A lot of code snippets which is good, but almost too much An appendix on relevant C 11 constructs explains them better than anywhere else I ve seen I didn t get that aha moment when you see an entry point into a big subject If it did anything for me it was to push me away from handling the nuts and bolts of multi threading, and looktowards the concurrency ab A very tough read on what is already a very advanced subject It deserves reading twice, but I haven t got it in me to try again A lot of code snippets which is good, but almost too much An appendix on relevant C 11 constructs explains them better than anywhere else I ve seen I didn t get that aha moment when you see an entry point into a big subject If it did anything for me it was to push me away from handling the nuts and bolts of multi threading, and looktowards the concurrency abstractions like parallelism, OpenMP, PPL, AMP, etc


  3. Nick Black Nick Black says:

    good stuff, the best coverage of C 11 concurrency i ve seen in one place i took away one star due to use of the term benign data races , which Hans Boehm of HP pretty much proved not to exist in research papers of the 2012 era kinda unfortunate that c 11 threading doesn t have cancellation in the Pthreads mold, but i can understand why, especially given the amount of fine grained libc interaction necessary to support timely cancellation in the presence of system calls very good coverage of good stuff, the best coverage of C 11 concurrency i ve seen in one place i took away one star due to use of the term benign data races , which Hans Boehm of HP pretty much proved not to exist in research papers of the 2012 era kinda unfortunate that c 11 threading doesn t have cancellation in the Pthreads mold, but i can understand why, especially given the amount of fine grained libc interaction necessary to support timely cancellation in the presence of system calls very good coverage of atomics


  4. lehaleha lehaleha says:

    Covers in detail most common areas of multithreaded programing using C 11 features Not super advanced reading, but good intermediate one for sure.


  5. Joe Joe says:

    Great reference, but a tough read from cover to cover.What I liked about the book great examples, both of good and bad design patterns for concurrency in c different approaches to concurrency mutexes and atomics discussed with appropriate grounding in performance high locks and mutexes and low level approaches memory model and atomics discussed each in detail appendices contain complete reference for the concurrency parts of the c 11 standard, as well as other language features Great reference, but a tough read from cover to cover.What I liked about the book great examples, both of good and bad design patterns for concurrency in c different approaches to concurrency mutexes and atomics discussed with appropriate grounding in performance high locks and mutexes and low level approaches memory model and atomics discussed each in detail appendices contain complete reference for the concurrency parts of the c 11 standard, as well as other language features the book concluded with the practical consideration of how to test concurrent codeI m sure I will refer to this book a lot in my daily work


  6. Qiongsi Wu Qiongsi Wu says:

    A very good book on this material It even teaches concurrent programming better than my operating system s class The good The organization of the book is neat Code examples are very clearly annotated and easy to follow The use of modern C is nice it helps me learn both multi threaded programming and modern C together On the other hand, maybe I missed them when reading it, there is a lack of examples with performance numbers Maybe it is not necessary, but I am interested in doing the A very good book on this material It even teaches concurrent programming better than my operating system s class The good The organization of the book is neat Code examples are very clearly annotated and easy to follow The use of modern C is nice it helps me learn both multi threaded programming and modern C together On the other hand, maybe I missed them when reading it, there is a lack of examples with performance numbers Maybe it is not necessary, but I am interested in doing the coding myself and measure them against what is in the book


  7. Mike Mike says:

    An excellent and comprehensive introductory to intermediate book on the practice of writing parallel to C.


  8. Muhammad Naveed Muhammad Naveed says:

    Well if you reading this comment Probably you should read the book.


  9. Sofie Giocante Sofie Giocante says:

    The very best book about this topic I LEARNED lot from this book thanks to authors.


  10. Simón Simón says:

    A very detailed walkthrough of C concurrency, this book requires actually working with the APIs and techniques it describes, as otherwise it becomes too hard to stay focused.The lock free design chapter is priceless, and the C 11 appendix is almost as good as a dedicated C 11 book Finally, the concurrency API reference also included as an appendix can be very useful.More a reference book to have near your desk than a technical book to read while commuting, C Concurrency is a worthy invest A very detailed walkthrough of C concurrency, this book requires actually working with the APIs and techniques it describes, as otherwise it becomes too hard to stay focused.The lock free design chapter is priceless, and the C 11 appendix is almost as good as a dedicated C 11 book Finally, the concurrency API reference also included as an appendix can be very useful.More a reference book to have near your desk than a technical book to read while commuting, C Concurrency is a worthy investment


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