All about Async/Await, System.Threading.Tasks, System.Collections.Concurrent, System.Linq, and more…
Update: The survey is now closed. Thanks to all that participated!
We’ve heard our customers’ frustrations with asynchronous programming and their call for improved support. We are hoping to better understand why and how you and your customers use asynchronous programming in .NET and how the support we provide for it can be improved in the future.
We invite you to complete a short survey on the Asynchronous Programming Model (APM) as well as on a theoretical language construct called “Asynchronous Methods.” Completing this survey shouldn’t take more than 5-10 minutes of your time, and doing so will help us to better understand where the APM is lacking, how we can make asynchronous programming better and, ultimately, how we can increase your productivity and the scalability and reliability of your code. We encourage you to forward this message on to others who may also have had experience with asynchronous programming.
Will you post/discuss the results (even if sanitized in someway) on this blog?
f you are looking for a reporting and/or document generation system on .NET, take a look at www.dotnetreports.info/windward_review.htm
- it gives a good picture of its capabilites (good & bad).