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Posted: 28 Dec 2015   Updated: 28 Dec 2015   Views: 35,790   Rating: 4.77/5    Votes: 26   Popularity: 6.67
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A lightweight, high performance, easy to use asynchronous stream copy method using IOCP with progress, throughput tracking, and no explicit thread creation.

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danah gaz
Architect Bad Kitty Software
United States United States
I'm a long time systems developer, and architect. I've worked for companies from Microsoft to Plum Creek to Alcoa, in consulting, development and architecture roles.

I was an early participant in .NET development at Microsoft, and was on the Visual Studio Everett and Windows Whistler development teams.

I am primarily a C++ developer, but I do a lot of .NET C# development as well.

I have an interest in compiler tool construction that began a couple of decades ago, and have worked on and off in domain specific aspect oriented language construction with mutable grammars.

I gave it up for years, on account of being an anarchist commie and not really liking being one of the petit bourgeoisie, among other reasons. I'm still trying to find a balance between my political beliefs and my minimalist lifestyle, and the software industry. I've been writing code since about 1986 when I was little.