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I'm a developer, but you already knew that.

I love to write great software and work with great developers. I know .NET inside and out, but I also spend quite a bit of time in Java and JavaScript.

I'm always up for learning something new.


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comment Would learning any natural language in particular further your programming career?
Related: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/28834/…
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Hi Robert, the Win 8 .NET API (for "Metro"-style apps) using async and await heavily for everything from File I/O to showing dialog boxes. In other .NET components, for example, FileStream, you can also use async/await with methods like Stream.ReadAsync. So there is some support outside of Win 8, too.
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