#SFLCC was an awesome event. It was the largest code camp I’ve ever attended, and I was extremely proud to be a part of it. Dave and Rainer did a fabulous job, and made putting on a huge event like this look really easy. My session had many interested, interesting, and enthusiastic developers in attendance. 70 minutes simply isn’t enough time to have gotten into the distributed computing example. The download below contains the Digipede grid computing example. If you would like to get started with Digipede, you can request a Developer Edition license. Feel free to email me if you have any questions about Digipede, distributed computing, or .NET parallel extensions.
Download ParallelPresentation.zip – 1.21 MB (1,276,111 bytes)