Last May, I gave a public Effective Concurrency course in Stockholm. It was well-attended, and a number of people have asked if it will be offered again. The answer is yes.
I’m happy to report that Effective Concurrency Europe 2010 will be held on May 5-7, 2010, in Stockholm, Sweden. There’s an early-bird rate available for those who register before March 15.
I’ll cover the following topics:
- Fundamentals: Define basic concurrency goals and requirements • Understand applications’ scalability needs • Key concurrency patterns
- Isolation — Keep work separate: Running tasks in isolation and communicate via async messages • Integrating multiple messaging systems, including GUIs and sockets • Building responsive applications using background workers • Threads vs. thread pools
- Scalability — Re-enable the Free Lunch: When and how to use more cores • Exploiting parallelism in algorithms • Exploiting parallelism in data structures • Breaking the scalability barrier
- Consistency — Don’t Corrupt Shared State: The many pitfalls of locks–deadlock, convoys, etc. • Locking best practices • Reducing the need for locking shared data • Safe lock-free coding patterns • Avoiding the pitfalls of general lock-free coding • Races and race-related effects
- High Performance Concurrency: Machine architecture and concurrency • Costs of fundamental operations, including locks, context switches, and system calls • Memory and cache effects • Data structures that support and undermine concurrency • Enabling linear and superlinear scaling
- Migrating Existing Code Bases to Use Concurrency
- Near-Future Tools and Features
I hope to see some of you there!
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The course material isn’t for sale separately at this point. However, I’ll be teaching another EC course in the Seattle, WA, USA area at the end of June — I’ll announce it here on the blog soon. And the EC articles are freely available.
I enjoyed reading your articles. I am unable to attend the course. But I’m wondering where I can buy the course material, or will the contents of the course be in your new book on this subject?
By the way, when will the book come out?
@Herb: Thanks! I found http://nohau.se/ where I have booked myself… (now I hope you don’t get sick again :-) )
@Michael: To register in English, you can email them directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I would love to come; but these PC-Ware guys don’t offer any english web page to book or view any details… HAve you got more information?
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