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Learn C++ With Back to Basics: Concurrency by Arthur O’Dwyer (CPPCon 2020) Video

One of the flagship features of C++11 was the implementation of std::thread, along with a full suite of primitive synchronizations and useful patterns such as thread-safe static initialization. In this video, we will inspire the threading model of C++11 and demonstrate how to use std::thread effectively. Audience will leave this session with a clear understanding of “multithreading tactics” in C++11 and beyond.

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