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.NET Matters: Parallelizing Operations With Dependencies

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In this month's installment, Stephen Toub examines some techniques for enforcing dependencies in the running order of asynchronous operations and builds a DependencyManagement class to help.

Stephen Toub

MSDN Magazine April 2009




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