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I noticed over the weekend that the CLR code generation team has started a blog to communicate about issues related to just-in-time (JIT) compilation and native image generation (NGen) for binaries that run on the .NET Framework.
The first technical post on the blog, located at http://blogs.msdn.com/clrcodegeneration/archive/2007/09/15/to-ngen-or-not-to-ngen.aspx, provides a useful overview of the following topics:
I encourage you to take a look at this blog post if you are considering using NGen for your application, and I also encourage you to keep an eye on the CLR code generation team's blog for more technical discussions of JIT and NGen in the future.
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