Webinar – An Introduction to Low-level Concurrency in .NET
Join us on Thursday, September 15, at 14:00 to 15:00 UTC (check your timezone) for An Introduction to Low-level Concurrency in .NET with guest speaker Syzmon Kulec.
We’ll be discussing and understanding low-level async primitives while keeping the topic relatively straightforward. We’ll also be walking through Volatile, Interlocked, and other things-which-must-not-be-named. We’ll see how all these concepts are used in the .NET runtime and how they are utilized.
After this talk, you will have a good grasp about why and when these concepts are useful. While you may not end up using these primitives directly, you might find this knowledge useful when trying to understand
Channels and other concurrent friendly components.
This talk is designed to help you understand these concepts from the ground up. No prior exposure to designing concurrent data structures is required. Everyone is welcome to join and learn!
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