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Concurrency in C# Cookbook by Cleary (2014-06-13)

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  • By CubeRoot on August 10, 2014

    Four stars because I found several minor errors/typos and although it's fairly easy to read it's not as exciting as I would have hoped. If your looking to improve your coding then this book is a must read. It warns you of deprecated coding methods and show you the right way to get the job done. I recommend it for an intermediate to advanced developer. It definitely shouldn't be your first book but it should be on your list of reads. It covers the new Async / Await method and Tasks. There are some special conditions that I found interesting and I expect will keep me from making bad assumptions. Some of the material in this book is duplicated in other books but there's definitely some great content. This book is on my must read list.

  • By Guest on June 30, 2014

    I have read the parts I needed (on asynchronous programming). I find the writing style and presentations very good, and the coverage to be very complete. I have been mostly disappointed with other technology books. This one stands out and delivers.The author's website is also really chock-full of good stuff.

  • By Jamie Bowman on June 14, 2017

    Extremely good read for those who want to improve their skills.

  • By Chris M on October 26, 2015

    This is THE goto book when it comes to working with modern threading under the TPL in .NETThe book is written well and presents the information in an easy to digest manner. Strongly recommend if you're a professional C# developer.

  • By Guest on December 16, 2017

    Mostly a book about examples for common issues with a slight peppering of understanding. I was hoping to have more theory as his website has a lot of blogs on in-depth topics and gotchas.

  • By John Peters on March 17, 2015

    I've seen Stephen's posts around many different forums in the past 10 years and can testify he has a profound knowledge in this area of Asynchronous programming. He touches a bit on RX (another very cool framework), but in a huge surprise to me he introduced me to the Asynchronous Block support (I had no idea it existed). If you read and understand this book you will be your company's .NET Async expert. You will not however be an RX expert...Hint: Stephen.... write an RX book please!

  • By P.H. Merkel on September 12, 2014

    I like the reflection on usability and real world.I think some more of those hints as code and/or guidelines would have done great.Especially in combination with the different ways to do synchronicity in .Net.A really good comprehensive work on asynchronous programing in .Net

  • By Abe BG on April 28, 2015

    Great book, I am teaching a C# class and I give some of these recipes to my students. I also have implemented few techniques in my job and it has helped me a lot to accomplish my tasks. My colleagues are jealous as I use the modern patterns of C# Concurrency

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