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    How to Profile NUnit tests using Visual Studio 2010 Profiler

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    Profiling NUnit tests can be achieved in a few simple steps. The first step, of course, is to decide on which method of profiling is best suited to analyze the performance of your unit test. One of my earlier posts addresses this question, which you can...
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    Multi-Tier Performance Analysis

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    Think of a typical three-tier application; the one that has, let’s say, an ASP.NET UI, a business logic layer, and a data access layer which talks to a SQL Server instance. Ever wondered which queries are executed as a result of serving a page? Ever wondered...
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    Q: Which Profiling Mode Should I use?

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    Short Answer: Profiling Mode When to use CPU Sampling Use this mode to identify methods that consume too much CPU. This mode has low overhead and is well suited for CPU bound applications. Instrumentation Use this mode to get exact call count and exact...
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    Choose the Right Test with Test Impact Analysis

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    Following up on Brian Harry’s blog , I would like to provide a bit more details on Test Impact Analysis in VS 2010, which will help you “Choose the Right Tests”. I am going to focus on how developers can benefit from Test Impact Analysis (TIA); I will...
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    Write Faster Code with VS 2010 Profiler

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    Well, Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 is finally here!!! WooHoo. As you may have seen in Brian Harry’s blog , we have added quite a few new features to Profiler to help you write faster code . The following is a list of the new features. In this list, I have...
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