Computer software used to be written for serial computation by a serial computer. Circumvent that concept and work in parallel streams.
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Parallel LINQ (PLINQ) has been introduced in .NET Framework 4.0, as part of the parallel programming features. In most scenarios Parallel LINQ is supposed to increase performance but in some cases a sequential operation would be a better option. Read on to learn more...
In making parallel computing more accessible, Microsoft has also made asynchronous execution more accessible. Nowhere is this fact more apparent than in technologies built from the ground up on these new asynchronous capabilities. Take, for example, Reactive Extensions (Rx); a set of libraries built on LINQ and the Task Parallel Library (TPL).
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