Monday, July 1, 2013 #

DDD East Anglia, 29th June 2013 - Async Patterns presentation and source code

Many thanks to the team in Cambridge for an awesome first conference DDD East Anglia.  I definitely appreciate how each of the different areas have their own distinctive atmosphere and feel.  Thanks to some great sponsors we enjoyed a great venue and some excellent nibbles.

For those who attended my Async my source code and presentation are available on GitHub,

https://github.com/westleyl/DDDEastAnglia2013-Async.git

If you are new to Git then the easiest client to install is GitHub for Windows, a graphical UI for accessing GitHub. Personally, I also have Git Extensions and Tortoise Git installed. Tortoise Git is the file explorer add-in that works in a familiar manner to TortoiseSVN.

As I mentioned during the presentation I have not included the sample data, the music files, in the source code placed on GitHub but I have included instructions on how to download them from http://silents.bandcamp.comand place them in the correct folders.

Also, Windows Media Player, by default, does not play Ogg Vorbis and Flac music files, however you can download the codec installer for these, for free, from http://xiph.org/dshow.

I have included the .Net 4.0 version of the source code that uses the Microsoft.Bcl.Async NuGet package - once you have got the project from GitHub you will need to install this NuGet package for the code to compile.

  • Load Project into Visual Studio 2012
  • Access the NuGet package manager (Tools -> Library Package Manager -> Manage NuGet Packages For Solution)
  • Highlight Online and then Search Online for microsoft.bcl.async
  • Click on Install button

Resources : You can download the Task-based Asynchronous Pattern white paper by Stephen Toub, which was the inspiration for this presentation from here - http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=19957

Presentation : If you just want the presentation and don’t want to bother with a GitHub login you can download the PowerPoint presentation from here.

Posted On Monday, July 1, 2013 10:52 PM | Comments (0)