Visual Studio Async: Meet the team

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    Miroslav​Parvanov

    I want to say a big THANK YOU to Anders and the whole team for their amazing work. I needed that asynchrony feature so bad. This is a HUGE step forward. Thank you again, you are my heroes!

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    Immo Landwerth

    Can you provide the names of the people? It is sometimes hard to correctly understand the names of the people. However, I like to search for the names on the web to find related videos or blogs.
    Thanks,Immo

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    Charles

    Hi Immo,

    In this interview, you meet Avner Aharoni, Mads Torgersen, Lucian Wischik, Stephen Toub, Alex Turner and Lisa Feigenbaum.

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    Immo Landwerth

    Thanks, Charles! :-)

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    Ion Todirel

    was this made in 41 by any chance Charles? familiar faces... when you're in 41 come by and say hi Smiley

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    Charles

    @Ion Todirel:Building 40, actually. Conference rooms are scarce on a Wednesday afternoon. Building 41. Ion. Interesting Smiley

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    Wim Bokkers

    I very much like this feature. It simplifies async programming a lot. Many thanks to the team.

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    Jon Harrop

    Great to see C# adopting this fantastic language feature from F#. We've been using asynchronous workflows in F# for several years and they really are tremendously productive!
     

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    Michael Cramer

    This is a game changer. It still requires some learning curve for people that didn't do it the old way, but for those who have tried to do this kind of thing for a long time, this makes it so much easier. This is the type of functionality I was looking for almost 20 years ago when I started learning VB. It seemed logical to me that the OS was already doing this kind of thing behind the scenes, why not give me a way to easily take advantage of that in the language. I'm so happy to finally see this in a language.

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