More Performance Tidbits for library writers

However careful you are with your performance culture when creating everyday professional code you need to be doubly careful when creating libraries for other developers.  This is of course because when writing a library you can’t know in advance exactly which functions will be used in which ways and how often.  Even esoteric looking functions…

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A performance tidbits reference

Imagine my surprise when I found that the Java Performance Tuning newsletter had linked to my blog (see http://javaperformancetuning.com/news/news046.shtml ) and imagine how much more surprised I was when they said this: …Performance wise this blog on .NET performance by Rico Mariani, one of the CLR architects, shows that .NET still has some way to go…

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Cold Startup Performance

I received several requests to write a little something on using managed code in a cold startup case – by which I mean immediately, or at least soon, after a reboot.  I guess before I get into that I should give my usual disclaimer that I’m not going to try to be perfectly correct in…

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