Performing I/O-Bound Asynchronous Operations


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Jeffrey Richter


Most applications are I/O-bound. This video explains how to leverage asynchronous I/O to reduce resource overhead and how to execute multiple I/O operations concurrently to improve performance. It also includes in-depth coverage of C#’s async and await keywords and shows clever techniques for simplifying your code, including awaitable events, async lambda expressions, Windows Runtime deferrals, and synchronization contexts.

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