Multithreaded programming with Win32
If you want to deliver Win32 applications with maximum performance, efficiency, and robustness, you need to master multithreading. Multithreaded Programming with Win32 brings together every Win32 multithreading technique and concept you must know - all explained with practical examples and sample code. No matter what Win32 applications you develop - desktop, client/server, distributed, or Web-based - this book will help you supercharge them!
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