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by ipavlu
The goal of the Unified Concurrency is to unify access to different synchronization primitives in object-oriented fashion with one pattern and two interfaces for general and async/await methods.
by ipavlu
The goal of the Unified Concurrency is to unify access to different synchronization primitives in object-oriented fashion with one pattern and two interfaces for general and async/await methods.

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24 Mar 2019
ipavlu
The Cross-Platform Object-Oriented approach to Synchronization Primitives for .NET and .NET Core based on one shared pattern between two interfaces for General Threading and Async/Await.
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29 Sep 2021
tugrulGtx
CLOCK caching (LRU approximation) with O(1) cache hit, up to N asynchronous O(1) cache misses
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29 Oct 2021
tugrulGtx
Direct mapped cache in front, LRU approximation behind, any LLC on back-end.
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14 Aug 2015
DrABELL
This is an alternative for "Fastest method to trim all whitespace from Strings in .NET"
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6 May 2021
ipavlu
The goal of the Unified Concurrency is to unify access to different synchronization primitives in object-oriented fashion with one pattern and two interfaces for general and async/await methods.
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21 Jan 2021
ipavlu
The goal of the Unified Concurrency is to unify access to different synchronization primitives in object-oriented fashion with one pattern and two interfaces for general and async/await methods.