Do you remember our introduction to the Concurrency and Coordination Runtime
) with George Chrysanthakopoulos? What about our discussion with the team that implemented a robotics framework on top of it (Microsoft Robotics Studio
now we dive into the CCR API itself and learn how to use it.
If you're a developer ustilizing Microsoft platform technologies, you've probably heard of Wintellect's Jeffrey Richter. He's worked on everything from Windows to the CLR.
CCR creator George Chrysanthakopoulos commisioned Jeffrey to help make the CCR API both more approachable as well as more consitent with BCL's syntactic conventions.
Here, George Chrysanthakopoulos, Charles and Jeffrey Richter dive into demos of the CCR API as well as discuss the What How and Why of it.
At the end of the interview, you'll see an excellent real world example of how to use the CCR... (Not going to give it away. You need to watch the whole video
Please check out Jeffrey's latest installment of
to learn more about the new, improved CCR API and get a hold of sample code to play with. Also, see
George's Microsoft Robotics Wiki
for great information.