Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Best Practices in Asynchronous Programming


These days there's a wealth of information about the new async and await support in the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.5. This article is intended as a "second step" in learning asynchronous programming; I assume that you've read at least one introductory article about it. This article presents nothing new, as the same advice can be found online in sources such as Stack Overflow, MSDN forums and the async/await FAQ. This article just highlights a few best practices that can get lost in the avalanche of available documentation. The best practices in this article are more what you'd call "guidelines" than actual rules. There are exceptions to each of these guidelines. I'll explain the reasoning behind each guideline so that it's clear when it does and does not apply. The guidelines are summarized in Figure 1; I'll discuss each in the following sections.


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