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Task Parallel Library and async-await Functionality - Patterns of Usage in Easy Samples

, 13 Apr 2013 CPOL
TPL/Async tutorial with emphasis on how to use it and why it is needed

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10 - publicly available No 13-Apr-13 21:45 Available Nick Polyak
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8 No 4-Feb-13 23:17 Available Nick Polyak
fixed a type noticed by two readers.
7 No 21-Jan-13 13:51 Available Nick Polyak
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6 No 8-Jan-13 0:55 Available Nick Polyak
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5 No 6-Jan-13 23:18 Available Nick Polyak
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3 No 2-Jan-13 1:08 Available Nick Polyak
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2 No 31-Dec-12 21:11 Available Nick Polyak
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1 No 30-Dec-12 23:56 Available Nick Polyak
Initial creation

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I have 15 years of experience developing enterprise software, starting from C++ and Java on UNIX and moving towards C# on Windows platforms.
I am fascinated by the new .NET technologies especially WPF, Silverlight and LINQ.
Recently I decided to make a move and start my own contracting consulting and mentoring company AWebPros.
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