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This is the third part of a series of tutorials on C#. In this part we are going to discuss exciting features of C# like dynamic programming using the DLR or using the meta-data information known as reflection. We will also extend our knowledge on the .NET-Framework by getting to know the abstract Stream class, as well as the Windows Forms UI framework by diving into the event pattern. Finally we will also learn how to keep our application responsive by using asynchronous operations as well as multiple threads and tasks. Using the Task Parallel Library we will see how one can get optimal performance out of multi-core processors.

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