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  • Blog Post: The low-rent guide to WPF profiling

    Since I posted my initial article on command-line profiling , I've found a number of folks copy/paste off of it fairly often, with moderate success. If you don't want to know all of the 'why's' and just want to get your profile, run the the following steps and copy/paste the commands. 1. Install VSTS...
  • Blog Post: Profiling kernel time in WPF

    I just found out something neat . VSTS tells you how many samples were taken in kernel mode. Unfortunately, it doesn’t tell you where in kernel mode that time was spent. But, it does tell you if you need to be thinking about kernel-mode time, which makes it an even better tool to use on the front line...
  • Blog Post: Profiling WPF Applications from the Command Line

    Toward the end of my next-to-last post I suggested using the command-line to control profiling. I've been experimenting with this functionality and wanted to post what I've learned. First, IanWho’s blog is a pretty amazing source of VSTS Profiler info. Here is his post on command-line profiling ....
  • Blog Post: Solving WPF Performance Problems: Step 1

    This is the first in a series of upcoming blogs about solving WPF performance problems. I’m going to start with a basic overview of the tools, approaches, and thinking needed to tackle these challenges. If you’re skills are already beyond that point stay tuned for my upcoming posts – I have some neat...
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