C++ Concurrency book learning without TBB?

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C++ Concurrency book learning without TBB?

With the strange errors I am getting as described here

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/41418733/tbb-c-multithreading-error-no-matching-function-for-call/41418828#41418828

I found the nitty gritty code that is generated from the TBB Flow Graph is quite cumbersome. It is also buggy where it cannot compile. I went back to the drawing board to take a look at this book. Flow Graph has also been listed as being in Alpha mode.

https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/flow-graph-designer/topic/594239

https://www.amazon.ca/C-Concurrency-Action-Practical-Multithreading/dp/1933988770

It has been recommended by various sources so I read it now.

Something else to consider I just found:

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/17252402/intel-tbb-its-2-time-slower-than-std-tbb-vs-std

is this another blessing in disguise??

Book useful code snippets:

2.8, 3.4, 3.8

3.11-3.12

4.1, *4.5, 4.9, 4.10,

5.10, 5.11

6.2, *6.6, 6.7 -6,13

Lock free for all 7

*7.13 start of  lock free queue

8.5, 8,7, 8.8, 8.11, 8.12

9.1-9.4 (threading pools), 9.6-9.9

Also, these skills are top paying where most are C++ low latency multithrading.

http://www.hrg.net/job-listing/?category_id=3

75% approx at top end vs rest maybe for Java

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