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A final year student at IIM Lucknow, the author is a marketing enthusiast who tries to keep his love for technology hidden under the wraps. A graduate from the Department of Engineering Design, IIT Madras, he is a happy go lucky chap who loves to learn new softwares. Singing and covering up over his guitar are his favorite pastimes. He used to spend time writing short pieces of poetry and designing creatives for his friends. Of late he is finding it hard to catch up with his blog.

You can reach him at hiprincearora[at]gmail[dot]com

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4 comments

  1. Good to see a BTech doing some very interesting and serious stuff related to core industry after a long time. Keep it up!

    Dr. M S Kulkarni
    Dept of Mech Engg, IIT Delhi

  2. Hi Prince. I have one application developed in vb.net in which I have used threads. Each thread request the device and obtains the data. There are like 150 threads running simultaneously. I have to move this application to C#. Can you suggest some good way to replace the threads in my application as it is time consuming with threads.

    1. Hi Sameer. Apologies for the late reply. I guess you are referring to some MTConnect implementation in C#. To be frank, for too long I haven’t been in touch with vb.net and c#. Still, 150 threads sounds outrageous. Are you running individual agents for each device? Feel free to mail me the problem and I’ll see if I can be of some help.

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