This forum has now been closed. It was a forum for discussion and questions about the Devlabs release of the .NET Framework enabled for software transactional memory
Hello and welcome to the STM.NET Forum!Dana Groff Monday, July 27, 2009 6:21 PM
This forum is to discuss the .NET Framework Enabled to Use Software Transactional Memory (STM.NET). Software transactional memory (STM) is a promising technology to help users synchronize access to shared memory. STM.NET is available from MSDN Devlabs.
Use this forum to:
Ask questions about using STM.NET
Report bugs and
Report how you are using
Give us feedback
We are looking to discover if the programming model and feature set exposed by this experimental .NET Framework help you develop applications that can take advantage of today’s multi-core and many-core processors.
To set expectations, we are a very small team and we will endeavor to answer your questions and help workaround any bugs and limitations in this release. The .NET Framework we based this release on is the same as shipped with Beta1 of Visual Studio 2010.
Please feel free to look over our Programming Guide. This will give you a good introduction to STM and how to use our implantation of STM in the .NET Framework.
STM.NET Incubation CompleteDana Groff Tuesday, May 11, 2010 11:33 PM
I would like to thank everyone who downloaded and participated in the MSDN DevLab and tried our .NET 4.0 Framework enabled to use Software Transactional Memory (STM.NET). The incubation is now concluded.
We appreciate all the feedback we have received since STM.NET was released; it truly helps us define our product decisions and technology investments. STM provides ease-of-use and safe, compositional synchronization. Both MSR and the parallel-programming team in Microsoft will continue to research and incubate various technologies to help the developer safely and easily scale their application; your input is important.
You can follow future efforts at the Parallel Computing Developer Center. We will continue to this blog but our STM.NET forum will be locked. Of course, you can still participate in the Parallel Extensions to .NET Forum.
While the .NET download and samples have been removed, you can still download the STM Programmer’s Guide.
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