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Visual Studio 2012 and .NET 4.5 Expert Development Cookbook by Abhishek Sur

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Working with async and await patterns

.NET asynchronous APIs have always been an element of problem to developers. Understanding a code that has been written in synchronous cannot be easily transformed into asynchronous. There are a lot of things that need to be done before making the actual code work. If you are following some pattern in code, making it asynchronous makes it inside out. You need to deal with a lot of call backs and methods such that it behaves the same way as it did earlier. This way the maintenance of code becomes a tough task for anyone.

.NET places one step forward to simplify this long running problem that has been a continuous need of technology. It introduces some compiler fixes which will keep things simple for the programmer, ...

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