bitsize #1: What is an asynchronous operation?

There is already tons of awesome articles and guides explaining asynchronous programming, one more is probably only going to contribute to the mess, instead I want to try a different approach: the image above gives you a bitsized explanation that might be a good starting point to fully understand other in deep guides, or probably a good finalizer that makes everything you already know fit harmoniously 🀞

And also, these are the related posts (of tons I have read) that I personally liked a lot, you will definitely learn a lot from them:

  1. A gentle introduction to multithreading β€” Internal Pointers
  2. Asynchronous programming in C# | Microsoft Docs
  3. General asynchronous programming concepts β€” Learn web development | MDN (mozilla.org)
  4. β­οΈπŸŽ€ JavaScript Visualized: Promises & Async/Await β€” DEV Community πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»
  5. Concurrency, Parallelism, Threads, Processes, Async, and Sync β€” Related? πŸ€” | by G. Abhisek | Swift India | Medium

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Juan Barahona

A software engineer that focuses on research and teaching and would like to discover and share more about the field.