How to convert your old sequential code in to async

There are plenty of ansyc samples over the internet, and most of them are different and not satisfy your requirements. Actually, async pattern depends of its creator, and can be implement on various ways. It is important to understand the async pattern in order to use it. Only on this way, you can stop searching for exact sample you need, and start coding your own async code.  More that year ago, I wrote simple blog post about async pattern (part 1 and part 2) (Bosnian language), and also wrote how to call Entity Framework with async pattern as well.

Today I am going to show you how old synchronous code block convert in to asynchronous. I think it is interesting because async pattern can improve your existing applications on various ways. First of all async pattern can increase responsiveness of  an application, performance, etc.

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Posted Oct 17 2012, 02:29 PM by Bahrudin
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MCM wrote re: How to convert your old sequential code in to async
on 03-30-2013 5:40

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