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Advanced Delegates talks in April: Palo Alto and Sacramento

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Advanced Delegates

Delegates may be the least-understood part of the CLR. Delegates look
a bit like method pointers, but the differences go well beyond
delegates' multi-cast abilities. I will start with a quick survey of
delegate basics, including invocation list editing and event syntax
(which few people seem to really understand). I will then explore
2.0's anonymous methods before concluding with a lengthy discussion of
asynchronous delegate execution and the system ThreadPool. Along the
way, I'll touch on minor topics like covariance and contravariance as
well as creating a delegate instead of repeatedly invoking a
dynamically loaded method.

<http://www.midnightbeach.com/Talks.html>
Palo Alto April 5, 2006
Sacramento April 25, 2006

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Mar 14 '06 #1
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"Jon Shemitz" <jo*@midnightbeach.com> wrote
Advanced Delegates

<http://www.midnightbeach.com/Talks.html>

Sacramento April 25, 2006


I followed the links, but couldn't figure out where in Sacramento you're
going to be.

Depending on time of day and venue, I would be interested in attending.
What's the format? Are you gonig to take questions?

There are some more advanced delegate topics I would enjoy discussing with
someone who knows the topics backward and forward.

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Chris Mullins
Mar 14 '06 #2

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Chris Mullins wrote:

"Jon Shemitz" <jo*@midnightbeach.com> wrote
Advanced Delegates

<http://www.midnightbeach.com/Talks.html>

Sacramento April 25, 2006


I followed the links, but couldn't figure out where in Sacramento you're
going to be.

Depending on time of day and venue, I would be interested in attending.
What's the format? Are you gonig to take questions?

There are some more advanced delegate topics I would enjoy discussing with
someone who knows the topics backward and forward.


It's a user group talk - maybe 75 minutes of talk, and time for
questions.

I don't know where in Sacramento this will be: I'll update the web
page as soon as I know.

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<http://www.midnightbeach.com> Contracting, consulting, training
..NET 2.0 for Delphi Programmers <http://www.midnightbeach.com/.net>
In production - in stores by June
Mar 14 '06 #3

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User group talk - <http://www.midnightbeach.com/April.5.2006.html>.

Delegates may be the least-understood part of the CLR. Delegates look
a bit like method pointers, but the differences go well beyond
delegates' multi-cast abilities. I will start with a quick survey of
delegate basics, including invocation list editing and event syntax
(which few people seem to really understand). I will then explore
2.0's anonymous methods before concluding with a lengthy discussion of
asynchronous delegate execution and the system ThreadPool. Along the
way, I'll touch on minor topics like covariance and contravariance as
well as creating a delegate instead of repeatedly invoking a
dynamically loaded method.

--

<http://www.midnightbeach.com> Contracting, consulting, training
..NET 2.0 for Delphi Programmers <http://www.midnightbeach.com/.net>
In production - in stores by June
Apr 3 '06 #4

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