It seems as though all of us are actively trying to cram more and more features, functionality, and speed out of everything we use. While the world seems faster paced today than it ever has been in the past, the quest for performance and efficiency is as old as recorded history, and almost certainly beyond. Getting more done, in less time has always been a component driving human ingenuity. Today's guest doesn't just understand how to improve system performance, he and his teams have revolutionized the tools and methodologies we use to do it.
Michael Fortin began his Career at Microsoft in 1997, where he worked on Windows 2000 doing development on tools to aid in improving system and application performance. Later, as a performance analyst, he took a more active role in overall systems performance and fundamentals.
Robert Hess moderates this edition of Behind the Code.