Wednesday September 28th

Tuesday September 27th

.NET BlockingQueue

The BlockingCollection class is great, however many use cases are actually more specific to queuing. Solution: create a generic BlockingQueue!


So these blocking queues then are meant to be shared between the synchronous and asynchronous code? You enqueue items from your synchronous code then dequeue them from the asynchronous code as they're processed?

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