Parallel Programming with C# and .NET Core (BPB)
Monday, 06 July 2020

With the subtitle, "Developing Multithreaded Applications Using C# and .NET Core 3.1 from Scratch", the primary objective of this book is to help readers understand the importance of asynchronous programming and various ways it can be achieved using .NET Core 3.1 and C# 8 to successfully build concurrent applications. Authors Rishabh Verma, Neha Shrivastava, and Ravindra Akella explain the fundamentals of threading, asynchronous programming, various asynchronous patterns, synchronization constructs, unit testing parallel methods, debugging enterprise applications, and tips and tricks.


There are samples based on practical examples that will help the reader effectively use parallel programming. By the end of this book, readers will be equipped with the knowledge needed to understand, code, and debug multithreaded, concurrent and parallel programs with confidence.


Author: Rishabh Verma, Neha Shrivastava, and Ravindra Akella
Publisher: BPB Publications
Date: June 2020
Pages: 394
ISBN: 978-9389423327
Print: 9389423325
Kindle: B08BWVN5VT
Audience: C# developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: C#

  • Explore and work with the new features and enhancements in .NET Core 3.0 & C# 8
  • Understand the fundamentals of parallel programming
  • Learn various threading patterns and synchronization constructs
  • Build concurrent applications using C# and .Net Core 3.0 from the ground up
  • Understand the principles of unit testing and debugging in concurrent applications


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