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How to Learn about Multi-threaded Systems at Home RRS feed

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  • Hello!

    I have not taught so much about threaded system in relation to work experience.

    What approach is recommended to learn about threaded system that is related to work experience when you learn about it at home?

    How to create a hobby project or something similar that is a simulation of multi threaded system from work experience?

    Thank you!
    Monday, July 29, 2019 7:47 AM

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  • https://www.pluralsight.com/guides/how-to-write-your-first-multi-threaded-application-with-c

    Finds some tutorials and use you imagination to expand upon using multi threads.

    You can do a multi thread program using a console program a Windows service and a Windows form solution without any form, an exe with no form that has been removed from the project. 

    You should be able to use Bing or Google and find programs that do multi threading in each .NET program category.

    Monday, July 29, 2019 9:27 AM
  • Hi Sakura Data,

    Thank you for posting here.

    Based on your description, you want to know more about Multi-threaded Systems at home.

    Here is a link may help you, you could have a look.

    Introduction To Multithreading In C#

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