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TPL Async

Course Summary

Learn how the Task Parallel Library (TPL) helps you write high-performance, responsive, and scalable code by using asynchronous programming techniques.


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    Course Syllabus

    Asynchronous Programming with the TPL - Overview
    - 1h 4m

    —Introduction 1m 15s
    —Asynchronous Defined 6m 28s
    —An Asynchronous Example 5m 55s
    —Tasks 3m 39s
    —Demo: Using a Task-based API 6m 45s
    —Tasks vs Older Async Patterns 7m 56s
    —Error Handling 8m 15s
    —Demo: Error Handling 6m 0s
    —Continuations and Errors 3m 42s
    —Composition 2m 1s
    —Demo: Composition 4m 56s
    —Task Status 6m 1s
    —Summary 1m 26s
    TaskCompletionSource
    - 30m 38s

    —Introduction 0m 59s
    —TaskCompletionSource<T> 2m 0s
    —Demo: TaskCompletionSource<T> 8m 32s
    —Errors and Cancellation 1m 14s
    —Demo: Reporting Errors 7m 39s
    —Argument Errors 3m 2s
    —Demo: Deferred Argument Validation 3m 8s
    —Non-Throwing Completion Methods 1m 59s
    —Summary 2m 5s
    C# Asynchronous Support
    - 52m 30s
    Using Tasks with Other Asynchronous Patterns
    - 29m 45s
    Cancellation
    - 50m 7s
    Task Schedulers
    - 40m 53s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Development & Implementations and Networks & IT Infrastructure Community

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