CNUG 2.0 Presents The Task Asynchronous Programming Model on Feb 5th at DevMynd Studios

by Angela 3. February 2014 12:40

So I had heard a rumor that there was a Chicago chapter of the Chicago .NET User Group.  As in, actually in the Chicago city limits. So if you’re a city-dweller and cannot normally get out to the meetings that have been held at Downers Grove for so long, there is hope! My buddies at DevMynd Studios are graciously hosting this group once a month in their swanky new offices.  Parking and other transportation information is on their site.

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Supporting asynchronous programming means more than sprinkling the async and await keywords throughout your code. Understanding and adhering to the Task Asynchronous Programming (TAP) Model makes it easier to compose asynchronous operations, and to achieve the greatest benefit from the async features added to C# 5.
In this session, you'll learn the rules for the TAP model. You'll see the benefits of adhering to the TAP model, how to compose TAP based methods, and how to ensure that the async methods you write adhere to the TAP model. You, and other developers that use your code will benefit from following the TAP model.

Presentation by Bill Wagner, author of Effective C#

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Wednesday, February 5, 2014 6:30 PM

DevMynd Studios 2035 W. Wabansia Ave. 2nd Floor / Enter the Black Door, Chicago, IL (map)

Register here: http://www.meetup.com/chicago-net-user-group/events/160797432/


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