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See examples of how to use C++ and the new Concurrency Runtime (ConcRT) to take advantage of new technologies on Windows Server 2008 R2, such as the ability to scale beyond 64 cores and User-Mode Scheduling (UMS) of threads. Learn to write code that scales even in the face of complicated processor architectures, Non-Uniform Memory Access (NUMA), and many-cores. Hear how ConcRT provides mechanisms that allow you to naturally express affinity requirements and schedule work on appropriate nodes without thrashing the system.