Multithreading in C# 5.0 Cookbook (Anglais) Broché – 25 novembre 2013
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Présentation de l'éditeur
Multithreaded programming can seem overwhelming but this book clarifies everything through its cookbook approach. Packed with practical tasks, it's the quick and easy way to start delving deep into the power of multithreading in C#.
- Delve deep into the .NET threading infrastructure and use Task Parallel Library for asynchronous programming
- Scale out your server applications effectively
- Successfully program Windows 8 and Windows Azure asynchronous applications
In an age when computer processors are being developed to contain more and more cores, multithreading is a key factor for creating scalable, effective, and responsive applications. If you fail to do it correctly, it can lead to puzzling problems that take a huge amount of time to resolve. Therefore, having a solid understanding of multithreading is a must for the modern application developer.
Multithreading in C# 5.0 Cookbook is an easy-to-understand guide to the most puzzling programming problems. This book will guide you through practical examples dedicated to various aspects of multithreading in C# on Windows and will give you a good basis of practical knowledge which you can then use to program your own scalable and reliable multithreaded applications.
This book guides you through asynchronous and parallel programming from basic examples to practical, real-world solutions to complex problems. You will start from the very beginning, learning what a thread is, and then proceed to learn new concepts based on the information you get from the previous examples.
After describing the basics of threading, you will be able to grasp more advanced concepts like Task Parallel Library and C# asynchronous functions. Then, we move towards parallel programming, starting with basic data structures and gradually progressing to the more advanced patterns. The book concludes with a discussion of the specifics of Windows 8 application programming, giving you a complete understanding of how Windows 8 applications are different and how to program asynchronous applications for Windows 8.
What you will learn from this book
- Work with raw threads, synchronize threads, and coordinate their work
- Develop your own asynchronous API with Task Parallel Library
- Use C# 5.0 asynchronous language features
- Scale up your server application with I/O threads
- Parallelize your LINQ queries with PLINQ
- Use common concurrent collections
- Apply different parallel programming patterns
- Work with Windows 8 and Windows Azure asynchronous APIs
- Use Reactive Extensions to run asynchronous operations and manage their options
This book is an easy-to-follow guide full of hands-on examples of real-world multithreading tasks. Each topic is explained and placed in context, and for the more inquisitive readers, there are also more in-depth details of the concepts used.
Who this book is written for
If you are a developer or new to multithreaded programming and you are looking for a quick and easy way to get started, then this book is for you. It is assumed that you have some experience in C# and .NET already, and you should also be familiar with computer science and basic algorithms and data structure.
Biographie de l'auteur
Eugene Agafonov leads a web development department at ABBYY, and lives and works in Moscow. He has over 15 years of professional experience in software development and started to work with C# from the time it was in its beta version. He is a Microsoft MVP in ASP.NET since 2006, and he often speaks at local software development conferences, such as TechEd Russia, about cutting-edge technologies in the Modern Web and serverside application development. His main professional interests are cloud-based software architecture, scalability, and reliability. Eugene is a huge fan of football and plays the guitar with a local rock band. You can reach him at his personal blog eugeneagafonov.com or with his twitter handle @eugene_agafonov.
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All recipes follow the format of first “Getting ready” then “How to do it…” and finally “How it works…” The thing i liked the most is the “How it works…” sections since most Cookbooks don't contain a very deep explanation on how the code works but this one is less shallow than most. I won't say it explains in excruciating details every single part of the code but at least it does transmit the idea behind every code snippet well enough so you can come up with your own variations.
If you are taking a degree in computer sciences or if you work with C# in a regular basis i would totally recommend to get this book into your library so you can have it for future references.
For example, in section for CountDownEvent, we have code example on how to use the CountDownEvent, but there's no information about what it is and when to use it.
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