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Smart Thread Pool

, 27 Aug 2012 Ms-PL
A .NET Thread Pool fully implemented in C# with many features.
smartthreadpool.zip
tests
STPTests.dll
bin
Mono
SmartThreadPoolMono.dll
SilverLight
SmartThreadPoolSL.dll
Windows
SmartThreadPool.dll
WindowsCE
SmartThreadPoolCE.dll
demos
Mono
TestSmartThreadPool
SmartThreadPoolMono.dll
TestSmartThreadPoolMono.exe
UsageControl.dll
WorkItemsGroupDemo
SmartThreadPoolMono.dll
UsageControl.dll
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SilverLight
SmartThreadPoolSL.dll
STPSLDemo.dll
STPSLDemo.xap
Windows
TestSmartThreadPool
SmartThreadPool.dll
TestSmartThreadPool.exe
UsageControl.dll
WorkItemsGroupDemo
SmartThreadPool.dll
UsageControl.dll
WorkItemsGroupDemo.exe
WindowsCE
SmartThreadPoolCE.dll
STPCEDemo.exe
src
SmartThreadPool
Properties
STPCEDemo
Properties
STPExamples
App.ico
STPSLDemo
Properties
Resources
EmptyCell.bmp
EmptyCell.jpg
GreenCell.bmp
GreenCell.jpg
RedCell.bmp
RedCell.jpg
STPTests
TestSmartThreadPool
App.ico
UsageControl
Properties
WorkItemsGroupDemo
Properties
Settings.settings
smartthreadpool_11.zip
STPTests
TestSmartThreadPool
App.ico
UsageControl
SmartThreadPool.dll
STPTests.dll
TestSmartThreadPool.exe
UsageControl.dll
SmartThreadPool
STPExamples
App.ico
smartthreadpool_2.2.3-noexe.zip
STPSLDemo.xap
WindowsPhone
ApplicationIcon.png
Background.png
STPWPDemo.xap
App.ico
EmptyCell.bmp
EmptyCell.jpg
GreenCell.bmp
GreenCell.jpg
RedCell.bmp
RedCell.jpg
STPWPDemo
ApplicationIcon.png
Background.png
Properties
Resources
EmptyCell.jpg
GreenCell.jpg
RedCell.jpg
SplashScreenImage.jpg
App.ico
Settings.settings
smartthreadpool_2.2.3.zip
SmartThreadPool.dll
SmartThreadPoolSL.dll
WindowsPhone
SmartThreadPoolWP.dll
SmartThreadPool.dll
SmartThreadPool.dll
TestSmartThreadPoolMono.exe
UsageControl.dll
SmartThreadPool.dll
UsageControl.dll
WorkItemsGroupDemoMono.exe
SmartThreadPoolSL.dll
STPSLDemo.dll
STPSLDemo.xap
ApplicationIcon.png
Background.png
SmartThreadPoolWP.dll
STPWPDemo.dll
STPWPDemo.xap
SmartThreadPool.dll
TestSmartThreadPool.exe
UsageControl.dll
SmartThreadPool.dll
UsageControl.dll
WorkItemsGroupDemo.exe
App.ico
EmptyCell.bmp
EmptyCell.jpg
GreenCell.bmp
GreenCell.jpg
RedCell.bmp
RedCell.jpg
ApplicationIcon.png
Background.png
EmptyCell.jpg
GreenCell.jpg
RedCell.jpg
SplashScreenImage.jpg
App.ico
Settings.settings
STPTests.dll
smartthreadpool_20.zip
SmartThreadPool.dll
STPTests.dll
TestSmartThreadPool.exe
UsageControl.dll
App.ico
App.ico
smartthreadpool_demo.zip
SmartThreadPoolExamples
App.ico
App.ico
SmartThreadPool.dll
TestSmartThreadPool.exe
UsageControl.dll
smartthreadpool_demo_11.zip
App.ico
SmartThreadPool.dll
STPTests.dll
TestSmartThreadPool.exe
UsageControl.dll
App.ico
smartthreadpool_demo_20.zip
App.ico
SmartThreadPool.dll
STPTests.dll
TestSmartThreadPool.exe
UsageControl.dll
App.ico
smartthreadpool_src.zip
App.ico
smartthreadpool_src_11.zip
App.ico
smartthreadpool_src_20.zip
App.ico
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Ami Bar
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B.Sc. in Computer Science.
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