The F#.NET Journal just published an article about electronics:
".NET introduced a variety of useful concurrency primitives including the barrier, which blocks a number of threads until they have all reached the same point whereupon the barrier rolls and all of the threads are allowed to progress. This article examines the asynchronous equivalent, a concurrency primitive that provides the same semantics by suspending asynchronous workflows rather than blocking threads..."
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