MSDN Webcast: geekSpeak: Asynchronous Programming Demystified with Gerald Walsh (Level 200)
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In this episode of geekSpeak, Microsoft MVP Gerald Walsh provides insight into the patterns, models, objects, and practices of developing high performing multi-threaded applications. Gerald tackles such things as events and delegates, asynchronous coding patterns
used throughout the Microsoft .NET Framework, and multi-threading and thread management. So bring your questions on asynchronous programming for Gerald! Your hosts for this geekSpeak are
Lynn Langit and
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Guest Presenters: Gerald Walsh, Principal Architect, GT Data Systems
Gerald Walsh is an independent consultant and instructor focused on software application development and training using Microsoft technologies. He has more than 13 years of experience in developing solutions with Microsoft tools, holds the MCSD, MCAD, and MCT
certifications, and has worked for Microsoft in the role of developer evangelist. Gerald is also a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) for his past work in support of the developer community and for expertise in developing client software applications
on the Microsoft platform.
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