About This Course
Asynchronous programming is a rich and deep topic.
This course introduces the concepts related to asynchronous programming with C# and the techniques for applying those concepts. Students are provided with a combination of text- and video-based instructional materials, as well as a series of hands-on lab activities, to learn skills that they can apply to enterprise software development. This course focuses on real-world applications of this programming style, and it presents common use cases where asynchronous programming is most effective.
The hands-on labs take students through both desktop and web application development, examining how asynchronous development can be effective on each platform. Students are guided to write code with parallel programming techniques, working through common use cases.
Meet the instructors
Marwa Hussein is a Content Developer at Microsoft. Marwa has worked in Microsoft as a software developer for about 4 years before she switched her focuses to the education track at Microsoft. Before Microsoft, Marwa worked for 7 years on creating and teaching computer science courses for undergraduate students. Marwa is passionate about teaching and believes that learning is a continuous journey for a person to grow and flourish.
Founder and lead consultant
Rob Collins is founder and lead consultant at RCP Consultants. He has been working with C# and the .NET Framework since its initial release more than fifteen years ago. He has been delivering software for enterprise customers, the mass market retail chain, mid-market companies, and startups for more than twenty years.
President and founder of CustomMayd
Daren May is the President and founder of CustomMayd— a company that specializes in designing and building developer training and next-level digital experiences. Daren is a Windows Development MVP and has written and presented many training courses including Microsoft Virtual Academy videos.