This .NET Asynchronous and parallel training course has been specifically designed to address the requirements of developers who wish to take advantage of multiprocessor machines or machines with multiple cores. As chip manufacturers emphasize the development of processors with multiple cores, there is an increasing need to utilise multiple threads.
Using .NET framework delegates will be introduced to concepts and techniques required to process multiple operations simultaneously either using asynchronous or parallel techniques. The course will contain a substantial amount of Hands-On work in which delegates will work on practical exercises which will reflect commercial scenarios.
What is Asynchronous Programming?
Asynchronous Programming and Multithreading?
.NET Support for Asynchronous Programming
What is Parallel Programming?
Parallel Programming Options
Asynchronous Programming Model (APM)
Event Asynchronous Pattern (EAP)
Task Asynchronous Pattern (TAP)
Asynchronous support in .NET Framework
Use of async/await keywords
Asynchronous File Handling
Use of Async in Web Applications
Use of Async in Windows Applications
Use of Tasks
Defining Asynchronous Methods
Tasks vs Threads
Synchronization within Tasks
Task Parallel Library
Task Parallel Library vs Parallel LINQ
Use of AsParallel
Parallel.For and Parallel.ForEach
Parallel Tools (Visual Studio Ultimate)
Monitors vs SemaphoreSlim
Issues with GUI threading (ASP.NET/WinForms/WPF)
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