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Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability


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Performance must be considered in each step of the development lifecycle. See how to integrate performance in design, development, testing, tuning, and production. Work with tools and technologies like: static analysis, managed memory profiling, data population, load testing, and performance reports. Learn best practices to avoid the performance pitfalls of poor CPU utilization, memory allocation bugs, and improper data sizing.
  • Steve Carroll
    Steve is the development lead for the Visual Studio Profiler and has been with that team for five years. Before that he was a compiler researcher studying at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
  • Ed Glas
    Ed Glas is group manager for the Visual Studio Team Test team in Raleigh, NC. Ed led the development of the web and load testing features in Visual Studio Team System from their inception, and is now also leading development of the test case management server. Prior to working at Microsoft, Ed co-founded HAHT Software, where he led the development of the HAHTsite web application IDE and application server. He also worked at startups OneTree Software, creator of SourceSafe, and Q+E software. In his spare time Ed enjoys spending time with his wife and five children and playing soccer.

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