What's New in Task Parallel Library 4.5

A session at SELA Developer Practice - November 2012

Sunday 18th November, 2012

10:05am to 11:05am (JMT)

Task Parallel Library is Microsoft's take on what parallelism in .NET should look like; it is a comprehensive framework for developing highly concurrent applications. In .NET 4.5, TPL has been augmented with DataFlow, a library for developing asynchronous applications in an agent-oriented style that allows high-performance and high-capacity message passing. On the other hand, C# 5.0 brings asynchrony to the language with the async and await keywords, making it easier than ever to write asynchronous code. We will review these features as well as performance and debugging improvements and other topics.

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Noam Sheffer

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Time 10:05am11:05am JMT

Date Sun 18th November 2012

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