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Posted 24 Aug 2009

.NET Asynchronous Design Pattern for Native C++

, 2 Nov 2010 GPL3
Native C++ implementation of the .NET Asynchronous Design Pattern using Windows I/O Completion Ports



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About the Author

Daniel Ranger
Systems / Hardware Administrator
Canada Canada
Daniel has been coding on and off using C and C++ for over 10 years and has recently gained more interest towards .NET and managed languages such as C# and C++/CLI. He is currently working full-time at PricewaterhouseCoopers as a senior support specialist developing in-house software solutions during his spare time. He is also currently studying part time at the University of Quebec in Montreal (UQAM) to obtain his bachelor's degree in software engineering.

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