Modern programming practices and computer languages (like .NET) tend to dynamically create and destroy objects at run-time, but how does it correlate with multi-core-enabled programming? A parallel program may need to synchronize both lifetime of- and access to- an object in shared memory.
Just a quick post to let people know that they can now try SOA Expressway directly themselves. Go to the DynamicPerimeter.com portal and you can select to download Services Designer to use yourself to write a web service or proxy (don't worry, we'll provide step by step instructions). We'll then set up a cloud instance of the runtime for you to deploy your service onto and experiment with for 2 days.