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Asynchronous Master Class, May 18-19, Cluj-Napoca


In May we will have a great master class in Cluj-Napoca. Codecamp will bring Andrew Clymer and Richard Blewett to Cluj-Napoca. They will talk about asynchronous programming.

Registration link: http://codecamp-cluj-mai2013.eventbrite.com/

Toata lumea stie ca lucrul cu thread-uri nu este usor. Exista multe lucruri care pot sa mearga prost - problemele de concurenta sau de thread safe sunt la ordinea zilei. Codecamp doreste sa vina in ajutorul dezvoltatorilor din Cluj-Napoca cu un master class – Asynchronous Master Class. Acest master este in totalitate gratuit.
When: 18-19 Mai (full day’s event)
Where: Hotel Golden Tulip (Cluj-Napoca)
Cost: None
Master Class Title: Asynchronous Master Class
Trainers: Andrew Clymer and Richard Blewett
Abstract: The goal of the two days is to take people at various levels of asynchronous programming and show them a variety of programming styles, techniques to deliver modern asynchronous applications.
Topics: Tasks, Thread Safety, Concurrent Data Structures, Parallel Programming, Async and Await, Debugging asynchronous applications, Reactive framework

Toate persoanele care vor fi selectate pentru acest master class vor fi anuntate pe data de 14 Mai. Fiecare participant trebuie sa aibe asupra lui mailul de confirmare (printat). Accesul la acest master class se face pe baza acestuia.
Costurile acestui master class sunt suportate in totalitate de catre sponsorul acestui eveniment: iQuest

Registration link: http://codecamp-cluj-mai2013.eventbrite.com/

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