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Learn Multithreading in C++
Modern C++ multithreading: threads, async, tasks, locks, futures, promises, conditions and more.
Created by John Purcell, offered on Udemy
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An introduction to multithreading, and to the powerful multithreading features added to C++ in 2011, 2014 and 2017.
Take your C++ to the next level!
Among other things, you'll learn the following in this course:
How to create threads using the thread class or async
How to work with promises, futures and tasks
How to use mutexes and locks to coordinate multiple threads
How to use conditions to signal between threads
How to create blocking queues and thread pools
In this course I'll break complex multithreading concepts down into simple steps, demonstrating practically, in front of your eyes, how you can make use of multiple threads to accomplish tasks that would be difficult or horribly slow without multithreading.
What you will learn
- How to use multithreading in C++ 17 onwards.
- Be able to code in C++