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December 02, 2010

Reactive Extensions - Wellington .NET user group

Thanks to everyone who came along to undergo the "reactive functional brain inversion process."  The dizziness you are now experiencing is normal and should fade over the next eleven to twelve months.  In the meantime, here are the bits.

Introduction to the Reactive Extensions - slides

Reactive Extensions demos

(The zip file of the demos includes the Rx binaries but I've found that you will probably need to either install Rx or fix up the reference paths.  The original copy of the WQL demo, by Bart de Smet, is here.)

The Reactive Extensions home page includes several useful resource links.  I'd particularly draw people's attention to Jeffrey van Gogh's blog which has been working through a detailed example of using Rx for asynchronous file reading, and don't forget to check out Bart de Smet's PDC presentation.

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