Rico Mariani's Performance Tidbits

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October, 2005

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    Wow, we did it!

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    Visual Studio 2005 and and .NET Framework 2.0 are out the door! I'm unbelievably happy! In fact I'd written something sooner but I was sorta out celebrating :) Soma says it all right here -- short and sweet. I hope you all love it!
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    The Performance War -- Win it 5% at a time

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    If it feels like getting good performance out of your application/library/service/whatever is more like "trench warfare" than it is like "shock and awe" then you're probably doing something right. The trouble with performance work is that the easy...
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    Profiling API

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    I've been working with Dave Broman for many years now on assorted projects and he's just started blogging, opening with a strong article on stackwalking issues when using the Profiling API. If you're interested in using the profiling API to help you...
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    Performance Lifecycle

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    I get many opportunities to review documents and processes in the course of my job, and sometimes they’re not even about performance. :) About 2 years ago I started seeing a goodly number of security related documents; and now increasingly I see things...
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