Blog articles tagged 'c#', 'async'

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on 11/29/2015 4:50 PM
[This post is part of the F# advent calendar 2015 series.] Prologue: What is Paket? Paket is a dependency manager for .NET with support for NuGet packages and GitHub repositories. It enables precise and predictable control over what packages the projects [...]
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on 5/5/2013 1:00 PM
Unless you live in a hole you have probably heard of node.js so Ill not bother to explain what it is or what it does. An interesting project has come to light lately, namely Edge.js. The Edge.js project allows you to connect node.js with .Net. Th[...]
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on 4/18/2013 1:09 AM
In this post weare going to look as async again, but from the perspective of F#. Xamarin Evolve 2013 I have been watching the Xamarin Evolve conference this week and it was good to see Miguel announce full support for F#. Those that follow me on[...]
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on 4/16/2013 1:02 AM
I was going to title this post as ‘Now for something completely different’ but felt that a little bit too Pythonesque, and when I thought about it a bit it isn’t really completely just slightly different, namely C# rather than my usual F# posts. [...]
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on 10/25/2012 3:29 PM
In general, when you see async void in your code it’s bad news, because: you can’t wait for its completion (as mentioned in this post already) any unhandled exceptions will terminate your process (ouch!)   Suppose you have a timer event that fires every o[...]
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on 4/22/2012 2:23 AM
In the last post I discussed an asynchronous version of the ManualResetEvent and as promised this time we will be looking at
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on 3/6/2012 11:54 AM
A while I ago I blogged about what had changed under the hood of async between the CTP and the VS11 Preview. Well, now that the VS11 Beta is out, it's time to do it all again... Note that the code in this post is in the Eduasync codebase, under a differe[...]
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on 1/16/2012 2:22 PM
Today's post involves the MagicOrdering project in source control (project 28). When I wrote part 16 of Eduasync, showing composition in the form of majority voting, one reader mailed me a really interesting suggestion. We don't really need to wait for a[...]
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on 1/11/2012 5:34 PM
In preparation for CodeMash, I've been writing some more async code and decompiling it with Reflector. This time I'm using the Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview - the version which installs alongside Visual Studio 2010 under Windows 7. (Don't ask me abou[...]
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on 11/25/2011 1:46 PM
In the last post I showed a method to implement "majority voting" for tasks, allowing a result to become available as soon as possible. At the end, I mentioned that I was reasonably confident that it worked because of the unit tests... but I didn't show t[...]
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