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Echo.Net is a library designed to handle background tasks within a web or windows app in a simple, easily configurable manner.
A small library containing helper classes for handling multithreading applications
SDS(Service Domain Serializer) flexible, based on service domain contract dictionary, binary serializer. Now is obsolete. We are going to present the next version of binary Serialier - TSS(TypeSetSerializer) as the part of BCL solution(look at the project sources). TSS( is 4version of SDS) is geting...
Concurrent Communications Library
Additonal FluentAssertions for multithreaded tests
Create dedicated threads for a particular work. The WorkPool class does not use the standard .NET thread pool.
A set of classes to simplify creation of multithreaded applications
C# Multi threading programming working library.
This library will help us to manage large set of work in different pipeline.
Gear for leveraging multi-core processors to get things done faster.
Generates TPL Task on timer, similar to Observable.Interval
Contains classes to help with threading programming. This library contains code from part of Wintellect's PowerThreading library https://github.com/Wintellect/PowerThreading
A set of Roslyn analyzers related to multithreading
A concurrent queue which knows how to fuel itself with fresh data
Lock only when similar objects are entering a critical section
ThreadGun is a form of multithreading created for developers keen on building fast and stable application.
A library providing advanced task features like communication with tasks and simple exit and waiting methods.
ServiceActor implements an Actor Model like model in .NET. ServiceActor goal is to allow multithreding code access to class services concurrently and lock-free.
Value based scope locking utility for .NET Standard.
Usage details: https://github.com/tuncgultekin/vblock
The easiest way to have fixed thread number parallelism in LINQ on any processor environment!
[my IEnumerable].GridEach(threadNum, x=> DoWork(x));