April 20th 2016: Untangling Threads

Time and Location

April 20th, 2016 at 7:00 PM
Steptoe Room, Cafeteria 40,
Microsoft Campus,
156th Ave NE,
Redmond, WA 98052.


With the direction in developing hardware with more processing power, caching of data and power efficiency, it is necessary to review the complete ecosphere of processing threads in a multithreaded environment. What will be presented is a look at this ecosphere and a way to utilize a proposed STL to handle complex threading problems to be more computationally efficient.


Brett Searles is the Principal Architect and Developer for Attobotics and is working on a universal compiler for embedded systems. He has also been working on a chip design and programming language for that chipset for a Virtual Surgical Center for the past 20 years. Brett is currently the Vice President of the NWCPP and the volunteer chair for CppCon.


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