Saturday 2nd November, 2013
10:15am to 11:15am
Much of the recent innovation in .NET involves making it easier to write asynchronous programs. You don’t need to write asynchronous callbacks or thread synchronizations anymore. The Task Parallel Library in C#/VB, and asynchronous workflows in F# let you write safe, correct asynchronous code almost as easily as synchronous code. But with new power comes old responsibilities: when is asynchronous programming appropriate, and which technique is best for your particular problem? Principal Consultant Richard Broida from Bennett Adelson will review the current async technologies and demonstrate how functional programming makes the job easier.
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