Friday Five: C#.NET Import/Export CSV Library, Thread.SpinWait implementation, and more!
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C#.NET Import/Export CSV Library

Asma Khalid is a Full Stack .Net Expert, Community Speaker & Contributor, Technical Evangelist, Technical Writer and Fanatic Explorer. Asma enjoys doodling with technologies and sharing her knowledge with the community. Her core domain is Software Engineering but she also has proficient experience in Developing & Managing IT projects/products. Some of her key skill sets and expertise are Solution Architect, Full Stack .NET Software Engineering, Product Development & Deployment, Project Management, Project Execution and Implementation and Project Monitoring & Evaluation. For international accreditation of her work and expertise, she is the first female from Pakistan to receive Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award one time and the first female from Pakistan to receive C-sharp corner online developer community Most Valuable Professional (MVP) award two times in a row. she has 5+ years of experience as IT professional, freelancer, technical blogger, technical writer and entrepreneur. Follow her on Twitter @Asmak.

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Jiří Činčura is an independent developer focusing on data and business layers, language constructs, parallelism and databases. Specifically Entity Framework, asynchronous and parallel programming, cloud and Azure. He’s a Microsoft MVP and you can read his articles, guides, tips and tricks at Follow him on Twitter @cincura_net. 

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Paul Mather is a Microsoft PPM and SharePoint consultant. His main focus currently is around Project Online / Project Server. He has been working with Project Server for over 10 years for a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner in the UK, and works for Corporate Project Solutions, known as CPS. He was awarded with the Microsoft Community Contributor Award in 2011, and more recently the Project MVP award in April 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 – 2018. Follow him on Twitter @PWMatherJohnJoyner-profile_photo-190.jpg

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John Joyner is an inventor, author, speaker, and professor on datacenter and enterprise cloud computing topics, awarded MVP the last eleven years. Employed as Senior Director, Technology at AccountabilIT, a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. Teaches a cloud computing management course at the University of Arkansas. Co-author of four books in the System Center Operations Manager Unleashed series. A U.S. Navy computer scientist, and retired Lieutenant Commander. Worked for NATO in Europe and aboard an aircraft carrier in the Pacific. Follow him on Twitter @John_Joyner

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Syed Shanu is a Microsoft MVP, a two-time C# MVP and two-time Code project MVP. Syed is also an author, blogger and speaker. He's from Madurai, India, and works as Technical Lead in South Korea. With more than 10 Years of experience with Microsoft technologies, Syed is an active person in the community and always happy to share his knowledge on topics related to ASP.NET, MVC, ASP.NET Core, Web API, SQL Server, UWP, Azure, among others. He has written more than 70 articles on various technologies. He's also a several-time TechNet Guru Gold Winner. You can see his contributions to MSDN and TechNet Wiki here. Follow him on Twitter @syedshanu3.


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