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Debugging Parallel Applications with Visual Studio 2010

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Welcome back to another Visual Studio 2010 and .NET Framework 4.0 Week video. In this latest installment, we catch up with Daniel Moth, Senior Program Manager on the Parallel Computing Platform team.

In this video, Daniel shows us what is being done in order to make debugging of parallel applications easier than it has been before. Covered are features like the new Parallel Tasks and Parallel Stacks windows, among others.

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    The Discussion

    • nbb
      Thanks Moth, another clea and very useful feature for VS10
    • mokhtar
      Nice Video, please share your code of this screencast.
    • mokhtar
      Nice video, please share your code related to this screencast.
    • Zhou
      Very cool stuff and very handy! Currently I'm playing with the VS 2010 CTP (under Hyper-V), unfortunately I found out that the menu names are not the same as in your video (I've only Tasks and MultiStack) ...  However, can you provide us with your test code?
    • Daniel Moth
      Hi Zhou / mokhtar

      Yes the windows got renamed after the CTP shipped.

      You can get the code I show by opening the walkthrough that is inside the VPC. I think you can access them from the Start Page. Let me know if you can't find the document...

      Cheers
      Daniel
    • RQDQ

      Great video!  By the way, I would pay money to have Daniel record the phrase "One, one task.  Two, two task.  Ah hah hah!"

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