See CLR Perf architect in action..


style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: Arial">We just href="http://gotdotnet.com/team/clr/about_clr_performance.aspx">posted a
talk from Rico Mariani ( href="http://blogs.gotdotnet.com/BradA/commentview.aspx/b7a0cf5c-a283-4f95-a508-819102d2feae">of
Pit of Success fame)… Worthwhile checking it out… style="mso-spacerun: yes"> This is from some internal training we
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Comments (6)

  1. Rico Mariani says:

    If there’s any advice I could add to my talk it’s this: It’s full of generalities, these often apply but sometimes do not, so please ignore anything/everything I say when you have a thoughtful reason to do so. There is no shortage of such reasons 🙂

    Also, I’m terribly sorry if any of my (bungled attempts at) humor offended people. I certainly didn’t mean to offend anyone and I hope you’ll take my humor in the fun spirit in which it was intended.

    I hope you enjoy it.

  2. Raymond Chen says:

    Rico’s talks should be considered mandatory for anybody doing serious work in managed code.

  3. Adam Weigert says:

    I think this talk was awesome. It made me consider something I’ve never really thought of before. Well I have but never given them this much though. Instantly I can see several areas of improvement that I can apply to my coding practices.

    I have suggested that the entire development community here watch this as an attempt to spur some more thoughtful programmers.

    I have found that most programmers talk the talk but do not walk the walk because they don’t know how. You should have seen the faces of these people when I told them that in critical places that for each loops are a bad idea; priceless. Mastercard commercial worth stuff. 🙂