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Posted 10 Nov 2004

A tryst with Whidbey: Background operations in Windows Forms

, 10 Nov 2004
This article talks about how to use the Background Worker component in Whidbey to execute long-running operation asynchronously. It also talks about how to support progress reporting and cancellation.

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Rakesh Rajan
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Rakesh Rajan is a Software Engineer from India working at Technopark, Trivandrum in Kerala. He is a Microsoft MVP and an MCSD (.NET) with a few other certifications, and had been working in .NET for the past 3 years. He graduated majoring in Computer Science during his memorable days at Ooty (a wonderful hill station in Southern India). You can find him posting at newgroups, writing articles, working on his own projects or taking some time off by listening to music by Enya or Yanni, or reading an Archer or Sheldon.

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