Is Parallel Programming Hard, And, If So, What Can You Do About It?

Is Parallel Programming Hard, And, If So, What Can You Do About It?

The current version is
v2023.06.11a [PDF]
(single-column format [PDF],
ebook format [PDF],
change log).

The default double-column format is easiest on both the trees and
the eyes in paperback book form.
The single-column format works well on large-format ebook readers.
Smartphones and smaller ebook readers get better results with the
ebook format.

If you would like a dead-tree copy, please feel free to use any
of a number of internet-accessible printing services, or you can find
dead-tree copies of the first edition
here.
If you would like a fancy dead-tree copy, here is some shiny artwork for
front
and
back
covers, courtesy of Melissa Broussard.
The older cover art is still available for those who prefer the classic
look
(front
and
back).

Contributions are welcome, and to that end, a public git tree
may be found at:

git://git.kernel.org/pub/scm/linux/kernel/git/paulmck/perfbook.git.

This git tree also provides an up-to-date version for those who are too
impatient to wait for the next release.
There is an email list
(perfbook@vger.kernel.org,
subscribe here)
for feedback, patches, review, and discussions.
Please see the end of Chapter 1 of the book itself for more information.

Older versions are available as well:

The second edition is available
here.
The first edition and older versions are available
here.

New releases should appear three to four times a year, give or take.
This work is covered by the terms of the

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