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Asynchronous design patterns.

, 24 Apr 2007
This article describes the asynchronous design pattern, it's implementation, it's limitations and ways to improve the situation in certain circumstances.
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Alexey A. Popov
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I'm a system administrator from Moscow, Russia. Programming is one of my hobbies. I presume I'm one of the first Russians who created a Web site dedicated to .Net known that time as NGWS. However, the Web page has been abandoned a long ago.

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