- Debugging threads
- Threads vs. processes
- Using a thread pool
- Tasks vs. threads
- Tasks with IO
- Using monitors and locks
- Nested locks
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- [Instructor] The key to achieving great performance in applications is in understanding the intricacies of multi threading. Threading in C# is a way to use the power of our hardware and operating system to our advantage. Hi, I'm Chandler Dhall. I'm a software inventor architect and I be the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for over seven years. In this course we will start with basic understanding of threads, tasks, and processes.
We'll also look into different ways of synchronizing concurrent code and how to use a lock Mutex in a semaphore. All right, we've got a lot to cover, so let's get started.
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