Slides and Demos from BostonCodeCamp

I finally had enough of a break that I can post the slides from my two talks at the Boston Code Camp.

My first talk was Practical LINQ, N tips and tricks for some number N. You can download the presentation materials here: PracticalLINQpptx.pdf

The demos are on GitHub: PracticalLINQ  Each of the labeled commits mirrors the changes I made during the presentation.

My second presentation was The Task Asynchronous Programming Model. The presentation materials are here: TAPExplained.pdf

Those demos are also available on GitHub: AsyncVoid. Again, the labeled commits match the changes I made during the presentation.

If you have any questions or comments, please make them below, and I’ll update the repositories, or write a new blog post about what’s changed.

Created: 10/31/2013 12:11:02 PM

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