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In this session, Liam Westley provides an overview of how the previous parallel task options within the previous .Net Framework are being enhanced with the Asynchronous libraries which bring the new async and await keywords into C# 5.0
With .Net Framework 4.5 (as used with WinRT) we will have a new set of libraries for creating Asynchronous code with resorting to manual configuration of threads and the grunt work associated with callback functions.
We’ll provide an overview of how the previous parallel task options within the previous .Net Framework are being enhanced with the Asynchronous libraries which bring the new async and await keywords into C# 5.0 and extends Task
Using the beta release of Visual Studio 2011 we’ll create some examples of asynchronous development that make multitasking on User Interface threads and asynchronous File I/O a breeze, and discuss how this can go beyond the UI and simplify server side programming on scaled out systems See http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/async for more information and to help prepare for this tutorial
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Async and C#5 - An Advance Screening
An Application Architect at Huddle where he works with some of the best .Net developers and UX designers to deliver world class collaboration software.