Danilo Diaz is an Internet of Things Solutions Architect with Microsoft’s Global Black Belt organization. He has 20 years of experience in software development and solutions architecture. Danilo has been focused on IoT for the last 4 years, helping organizations of all sizes fully maximize the potential that IoT brings to their industry. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and an MBA from Arcadia University.
Asynchronous programing has been available to .Net developers since version 1. It is a technique use to maintain responsiveness of thread and not blocking it while an operation is being performed. Asynchrony preserves responsiveness while synchronous call blocks, until the result is returned. However the current async patterns available to ..net developers makes developer do funny things to your app code. In this session I will introduce the new Async framework available to Windows Phone, Windows 8 and .Net v.Next.