TPL & async/await Best Practices for the Busy Dev

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Description

Jordan Morris will present a simple and unapologetically-prescriptive set of guidelines for writing stable asynchronous code using the TPL and the async/await keywords. There are a lot of "deep dive" talks on this topic which are great for mind-bending fun, but how about when we have an async job to get done and we just need to ship already? These guidelines will help you easily navigate the blocks, shocks and deadlocks and ship with confidence. Jordan is the author of a best practices guide which is used to ship async code meeting some of the most demanding performance and stability requirements faced by a New Zealand website.

Day:

2

Level:

Level 200

Session Type:

Breakout Session

Code:

M386

Room:

Ballroom 1 (Crowne Plaza)

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