Multithreading in C# .Net – part two


In part one I described four different threading methods used in my multithreaded application.  The application consists of three threads that execute at different frequencies, processing different logic on each thread.  The methods that I covered included Thread, ThreadPool, Task and BackgroundWorker.  In this post I will detail the various … Continue reading

Multithreading in C# .Net – part one

.Net Parallelism

There are a variety of ways to add parallelism to your .Net application.  I won’t go into detail about the benefits of doing so, suffice to say that if your application is executing multiple tasks that can run in parallel, it can benefit from being multithreaded. In order to implement … Continue reading