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Posted 25 Jun 2010

Speed Up Blocking Functions with PLINQ

, 7 Aug 2017
In this article, I want to cover a particular problem I have had many times over the years. How do you speed up multithreaded apps that are bound by blocking functions, or long running I/O operations?



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Software Developer (Senior)
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I hold a PhD in computer science, and have been a practicing developer since the early 90's.

I used to be the owner for VistaDB, but sold the product to another company in August 2010.

I have recently moved to Redmond and now work for Microsoft. Any posts or articles are purely my own opinions, and not the opinions of my employer.

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