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Beginning Windows Phone 7 Development by Eugene Chuvyrov, Henry Lee

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Chapter 18. Reactive Extensions for .NET

For developers, the computing world of today is becoming much more concurrent than just a few short years ago. Computer users expect an ever-increasing computational power from their electronic gadgets, including their mobile devices. Unfortunately, it seems that the only way manufacturers will be able to increase computational speed in the near future is through adding additional processors (instead of making a single processor faster, as has been the case over the last few decades). In the case of processors on personal computers, the industry has already hit a proverbial "brick wall" and has pretty much reached the maximum computational capacity available on a single processing unit. An average personal ...

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