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Lock-Free Algorithms: How Intel X86_64 Processors and Their Memory Model Works

Download the slides, set aside 1 hour and 10 minutes of uncontended time, click the Maximize button, and watch this great presentation by Martin Thompson and Michael Barker diving into the Intel x86_64 processors and memory models for implementing lock-free algorithms. Once you’re done make sure to also read The Single Writer Principle by the same Martin Thompson.

Original title and link: Lock-Free Algorithms: How Intel X86_64 Processors and Their Memory Model Works (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)