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In recent years, parallel hardware has become the norm. It's not unusual to discover that one's smartphone has a multi-core CPU these days! At the same time, making calls to remote services has become common and users have come to expect highly responsive interfaces - both of which push developers towards asynchronous programming.
Thankfully, the .Net Framework and C# language have been evolving to help us cope with these new realities and expectations. Of course, there have always been threads and locks - but today, we've many, many more options: concurrent collections, parallel looping constructs, PLINQ, Tasks, the new async/await keywords in C# 5, the Reactive Extensions (Rx), the TPL Dataflow library with its Actor-based approach... Each of them are suitable for different problems. So how do you know what to use when, and how to use them effectively?
That's where this course comes in. It won't just teach you how to use all of these exciting new libraries. It will also help you to understand what kind of problem each one is aimed at, so that you can pick the appropriate solution to the challenges you face. It also provides clear explanations of pertinent theory and terminology, including a dive all the way down to the hardware level, so you'll have a strong grasp on what's really going on! Labs will provide an opportunity for you to try things out for yourself.
This course assumes participants are already comfortable C# developers. The topics and libraries it covers make very frequent use of generics, lambdas and LINQ. Therefore, it is advisable to have a reasonable knowledge of these C# language features before taking the course. On the other hand, prior experience with parallel and asynchronous programming is not required. While it's certainly not a requirement, taking the C# Masterclass does serve as good preparation for this course. Of note, it covers generics, lambdas and LINQ, and provides a high level look at asynchrony and parallelism.
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