Jiří Činčura
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Jiří Činčura

1. Tasks and Await from the ground up

Tasks are great. You can write on a few, or even a single, line what took before maybe at least 20 lines. How are tasks related to good old threads? And what is await doing? Is it using threads? Is there a difference between asynchronous code and multithreaded code…

2. Async and Await

Async and await seem to be just a few new keywords, but what’s behind? How is the code actually executed? Can we learn something from this background info and improve our code on top of that? And why would you even consider using async/await…