Multithreading Analogy


I’ve always been a bit contentious about starting my own blog, “Is it worth it?”, “Will I blog enough?”, “Will people event read it?”, etc. However, after reading this post from the MSDN, I realised that I may as well – even if it is just to repost nuggets of information like this:

This is one of *the* best analogies for how multithreading works and where the performance and stability of issues that poorly written multithreaded applications derive from. Its a bit of a long post, but well worth the read: http://blogs.msdn.com/dsvc/archive/2009/12/10/the-cup-stacker-prince-multi-threading-made-easy.aspx

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