Asynchronous programming using async/await has been a staple in .NET development since its introduction in C# 5.0. While the advantages and usages of async/await are familiar to many, the way this pattern is implemented is usually described as “something involving state machines.” In this session, we’ll explore how async/await is implemented by the compiler and discuss some of the implications of these design decisions. Along the way, we’ll look at some real-world examples where understanding the behind-the-scenes mechanisms can help identify some subtle bugs before that next Friday deployment.
• 11:45 AM - 12:00 PM - Pizza
• 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM - C# Async / Await — How the compiler sees it
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