We have been writing imperative code with primitive synchronization since the first day. However, Microsoft has a hidden gem that also allows you to deal with asynchronous operations, helping you split complex tasks into small and manageable pieces.
Did you know that in distributed systems, sometimes things just don't work the way they should because of failures. Hence, you must bear in mind that failure is everywhere and think differently about how to solve your problems.
In C#, Channel is a type that enables communication between two or more asynchronous operations or threads, allowing them to exchange data in a safe and efficient manner. In this post, demonstrate the use of it and the implementation of some patterns through a step-by-step guide.