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Stopping asynchronous systems

I have a system which has 5 services. Each are run in a separate process. They resemble an assembly line, in the sense that they mostly process messages in the same order 1->2->3->4->5, however it's ...
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C#/.NET multithreaded application design

The application to be designed serves as a bridge between two different systems. One natively speaks TCP (RS232 actually, but there's a COM->ETH server in the line of communication) - the other one is ...
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Using $timeout to normalize response time of a webservice call (Best practice question)

Consider you have a simple, standard $http request to a REST api: ... function makeCall() { var restURL = "http://my-rest-api/endpoint"; return $http.get(restURL); } ... If the execution ...
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Ways to do callback, when and where

I've recently started to do some more complicated programming with network-related work on iOS with Swift. This introduced a lot of asynchronous code not only in networking but also some exchange of ...
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Callback pattern handling exceptions - Best practices in .NET 3.5

I am looking to implement the callback pattern with error handling such that error is caught and pass to the callback code with the response. Since I am using .NET 3.5, I cant use Task (TAP) pattern ...
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Synchronizing web ui and third party async services

I'm looking for concepts, approaches or even Framework/libraries to help me synchronize state reliably from web UI to a third Party Service. For example: creating a JavaScript irc Client ui you need ...
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Gevent - Make blocking calls non-blocking

I have the blocking code shown below. Is calling monkey.patch_all() enough/optimal to make it non-blocking? Does Gevent handle iterations like these? # front page def front_page(): database = ...
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Is Windows Workflow Foundation appropriate for a CPU-heavy async application?

At one of the DevDays conferences a presenter said that Workflow Foundation isn't just for applications that require persistence, but they can make it easier to write and maintain Async WCF code and ...