Asynchronous C# 5.0

In this advanced series, Jon Skeet shows us the new Asynchronous goodness available in C# 5.0. Managing threads, awaiting asynchronous calls - these are all made simple with a few new keywords and types. Along the way, Jon melts Rob's brain routinely. All code for this course is available in Jon Skeet's Github Repository: https://github.com/jskeet/DemoCode/tree/master/AsyncIntro
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Rating
(1207)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Mar 29, 2013
Duration
2h 57m
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Description
Course info
Rating
(1207)
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Mar 29, 2013
Duration
2h 57m
Description

This is an advanced production! Asynchronous coding in a static language is not exactly "simple," and rather than try to simplify complex topics, we have, instead, decided to go deep and see how things work** at a deeper level. If you are newer to programming, or new to C# in general, you may want to become familiar with the basics of C# before you tackle this one. All code for this course is available in Jon Skeet's Github Repository: https://github.com/jskeet/DemoCode/tree/master/AsyncIntro

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About the author

Jon Skeet is a software engineer (currently at Google) and author.

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