Book Review - Parallel Programming and Concurrency with C# 10 and .NET 6
You may have wanted to dabble in Parallel Programing (async/await), the Task Parallel Library (TPL), or other ways to make your application more responsive and have been a little worried about the complexity. This book is for you. It’s a great introduction to the concepts and how to use them in your application. It’s also a great reference for when you need to look up how to do something specific.
This book is for beginner to intermediate-level .NET developers who want to employ the latest parallel and concurrency features in .NET when building their applications. It has a lot of real-world examples that you can use in your own applications. You’ll learn best practices to avoid application dead-locks, how to safely update your UI, debug your parallel code, and more.
This book should be in your library if you’re a .NET developer.
Purchase Parallel Programming and Concurrency with C# 10 and .NET 6 on Amazon.
Note: I was a technical reviewer for this book.
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