C# Multithreaded Resource access – Concurrent Collections


Concurrent collections are a feature added in .Net 4.0 and allow developers to create thread safe collections without worrying as much as they had to worry with Generic Collections.
They do not remove any possible concern the developer should have while working with resources that are accessed from multiple threads, but removes many of the common ones.

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C# Multithreaded Resource Access – Locks, Monitors and Mutex

C# provides us many ways to safely handle shared resources from than one threads/tasks. In this blog post we will discuss some of the different types that exist (and they are many), the different programming patterns they are used for, their benefits and their drawbacks.

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Stupid things about Javascript

There are many reasons one can hate a programming language. But for Javascript one can never find enough reasons. They keep coming out of nowhere. Javascript blew up too fast which meant that there never was enough time to correct its mistakes as they become part of the standard.
Now let’s discuss a few weird stuff it includes.
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