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  • Blog Post: Improving Startup Time: A primer on setting base-addresses for managed DLLs

    Startup time is one of the most perceptible performance issues for any application. In this post, we’ll talk about an easy way to improve startup time in many cases. In particular, if you are building an application with managed DLLs, and your application is deployed on pre-Vista OS’es, this post will...
  • Blog Post: .NET Framework Performance Survey

    Update : Thank you to everyone who participated - we had a good response. This survey will be closed on 06/25/2009 at 5.00 PM PST. Want us to fix a particularly nagging perf problem? Dying to tell us your awesome idea about an optimization? Here is an opportunity for you to provide us feedback on...
  • Blog Post: Track down DLL loading using Visual Studio

    Application performance matters --- including start up times, working sets and memory consumption. One path leading to more efficient code is loading fewer DLLs. One should only be loading modules that are really needed . However, it is very easy to accidentally load more DLLs at startup than necessary...
  • Blog Post: Adding Custom Actions to NGen an Assembly upon Install

    This document details how to use custom actions to Ngen (generate a native image) upon installation of a project. Assemblies that are NGen’ed have better startup performance than those that are JIT’ted: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc163610.aspx Step 1: Creating and building your sources...
  • Blog Post: Welcome to the CLR and Framework Perf Blog!

    This blog will contain interesting tips and tidbits on all things CLR and the .NET Framework Perf related. It will include posts on how to improve performance from an developer perspective, provide how tos and tutorials on a bunch of perf related stuff, provide tips of debugging perf related problems...
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