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Continuation tasks in .NET TPL: a simple continuation example

Tasks in .NET TPL make it easy to assign tasks that should run upon the completion of another task.

We’ll need a basic object with a single property: 127 more words

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Parallel LINQ in .NET C#: a basic example

Parallel LINQ – PLINQ – can be applied to LINQ to Objects. This type of LINQ which works with the IEnumerable and IEnumerable of T data types. 279 more words

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Learning is embodied

In the Chapter II of Ethics, Spinoza posits that the mind and the body are one; both “thought” and “extension”, mind and matter, are attributes of God which can be conceived simultaneously as mind and matter. 384 more words

Meditation

On the Syntax of BH Poetry

Saturday morning I presented a paper at the annual Canadian Society for Biblical Studies. In the paper, I addressed some issues of poetic syntax. Why am I studying poetry? 208 more words

Ancient Hebrew

Genesis Chapter 12

So begins the saga of Abram, the next big-hitter name in this book of all books. God tells Abram to “get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father’s house, unto a land that I will show thee” (12:1). 582 more words

Genesis

Cancel multiple Tasks at once in .NET C#

You cannot directly interrupt a Task in .NET while it’s running. You can do it indirectly through the CancellationTokenSource object. This object has a CancellationToken property which must be passed into the constructor of the Task: 254 more words

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Baruch Spinoza

There can be no hope without fear, and no fear without hope.  ― Baruch Spinoza

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