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TPL Dataflow – The Successor to CCR

by Jonathan Allen Follow 189 Followers on  Jan 06, 2011

TPL Dataflow is Microsoft’s new library for highly concurrent applications. Using asynchronous message passing and pipelining, it promises to offer more control than thread pools and better performance than manual threading. The downside is that you have to adhere to design patterns that may be unfamiliar to .NET programmers.

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Sneak Peak: Asynchronous Syntax for Visual Basic and C#

by Jonathan Allen Follow 189 Followers on  Oct 28, 2010 4

In a recent blog post the Visual Basic team let slip an announcement that Visual Basic and C# would be getting a new syntax for asynchronous programming. Built on top of the Task Parallel Library that was introduced in .NET 4, this adds the Async and Await keywords to both languages.

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Article: Using the Concurrency and Coordination Runtime

by Jonathan Allen Follow 189 Followers on  Jan 28, 2009 5

Nick Gunn provides a practical introduction Using the Concurrency and Coordination Runtime. CCR radically changes the way multi-threaded applications are written in .NET, shifting the focus from threads and locks to lightweight, asynchronous tasks. The Concurrency and Coordination Runtime, also known as CCR, offers actor-style concurrency for .NET applications.

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