Async pump for better throughput in Azure

This post is followed up by https://blog.scooletz.com/2017/02/20/async-programming-model TL;DR Introducing async-await has changed a lot. Now, with some compiler's help we're able to squeeze out more throughput from our machines, which may lower costs and increase throughput. In this blog post we'll push the boundaries even further by questioning the need of immediate awaiting on a … Continue reading Async pump for better throughput in Azure

.NET volatile write performance degradation in x86

TL;DR This is a summary of my investigation about writing a fast and well designed concurrent queue for akka.net which performance was drastically low for 32bit application. Take a look at PR here. If you're interested in writing a well performing no-alloc applications with mechanical symapthy in mind or you're simply interested in good .NET … Continue reading .NET volatile write performance degradation in x86