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This week, we're delighted to have Cory Isaacson helping to answer questions about the new book Software Pipelines and SOA: Releasing the Power of Multi-Core Processing.

The promotion starts Tuesday, May 19th 2009 and will end on Friday, May 22nd 2009.

We'll be selecting four random posters in this forum to win a free copy of the book provided by the publisher, Addison-Wesley Professional.

Please see the Book Promotion page to ensure your best chances at winning!

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Welcome Cory Isaacson
 
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It is true that in Eight-Core Processors you store one "brain" as a reserve?, What is better for two computers: the possibility of having a Quad-Core 3.0Ghz processor or having instead two Dual-Core 3.0Ghz processor?
 
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Welcome, Cory!

I have some questions about Web Services, would be appropriated if i ask here?

Actually i'm working (you can also read learning) with simple Web Services JAX-WS like to provide some characteristics just WS could help-me.
Well, but there is something saying me that WS's are so much more than this. I know they don't use it correctly (the company i'm already working) and i'm just a developer (yet).
What i want to know is: at the true what is web services? what kind of WS's i can make? where can i find more about most types of WS's to study hard and get a real formation about this technology.

I'm saying that because i feel there is something wrong about what they are teaching me, is this normal?
I apologize about my newbie English and knowledge, i'm working on it.

Thank you.
 
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Cory Welcome to JavaRanch!

I like the concept of being able to deliver this level of performance with out having to doing any real hardware scaling but I would like to understand if this is automatic? Meaning if I have a Dual-Core CPU and I want to add another Dual-Core will the code scale horizonally with the CPU addition or will modifications need to be made?

 
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Welcome folks !
 
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Welcome, I have a lot of questions about SOA in relation to cloud computing to ask
 
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It'll be a good material for learning Cory
 
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Seeing how this posted in a java forum, I have an interesting java multi-core processing question:
Given the evolution of the Java language, how do you, as the author feel the language will evolve to meet the multi-core hardware found in processors.
Do think it will rise up and take on things like CUDA for GPGPUs? (Aside from the C++ <-> Java wrapper classes, I'm talking a more native java support)
 
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Welcome!
 
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Welcome Cory Isaacson ....!!!
 
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