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Tag: performance
Apr 8
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644

Performance comparison between LinkedList and ToArray Some weeks ago I created an article comparing the performance of ToList versus ToArray when creating short lived collections that won’t be mutated, usually used to prevent multiple enumerations when iterating over a temporary LINQ transformation or to ensure mapping exceptions will be thrown...

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Apr 5
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416

Introduction Caching is a technique used to store frequently accessed data in a fast-access storage layer to improve application performance and reduce the load on backend systems. By serving data from the cache, we can avoid expensive database queries or API calls, resulting in faster response times and improved scalability....

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Apr 4
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As a developer working on your current project, can you answer the following question: can your system at current state handle a new client with x1000 client compared to your existing user base? Will you know that running in production system has performance issues? In this post I’ll describe how...

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Apr 4
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632

Performance comparison between ToList and ToArray Ever since Microsoft introduced Language Integrated Query to the .NET framework (also known as LINQ) developers have been using it extensively to work with collections. From a simple filter, to an aggregation, to a transformation, LINQ is the technology of choice to keep code...

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Mar 22
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259

LINQ (Language Integrated Query) has revolutionized the way we interact with data in C#. It offers a consistent, readable, and concise way to manipulate collections, databases, XML, and more. However, the beauty and ease of LINQ can sometimes mask performance pitfalls. Understanding LINQ’s underpinnings Before we jump into optimizations, it’s...

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Mar 20
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THE GREAT DAY HAS COME! I promise not to disappoint you, this is the last article in the series: SQL Tuning In all the articles I said that the recommendation was to read the execution plan, and guess what we are going to do in this one? Let’s eat the...

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Mar 20
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248

Nobody likes dealing with a slow query. Besides being stressfull to wait for, it can be a huge impact in your database. Some simpler approaches can help resolve this. I want to start a series of three articles explaining about Tuning and architecture. To begin, I want to start with...

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Mar 20
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342

Nobody likes dealing with a slow query. Besides being stressfull to wait for, it can be a huge impact in your database. Some simpler approaches can help resolve this. I want to start a series of three articles explaining about Tuning and architecture.

Mar 16
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340

Performance is paramount when developing web applications. A slow, unresponsive application results in poor user experience, losing users, and possibly business. For ASP.NET Core developers, there are many techniques and best practices to optimize application performance. Let’s explore some of these approaches in this article. Understanding performance bottlenecks When we...

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Feb 21
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In a previous blog post, I showed you how to use PostgreSQL in C# with Npgsql, Dapper, and Entity Framework Core. But if you’re going to use one of them, it’s probably a good idea to make sure you’re not choosing a library that has really bad performance. Or at...

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Feb 5
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Lesser-known techniques for optimizing SQL queries in a high-traffic application, especially when dealing with complex joins and indexing challenges The success of high-traffic applications hinges on the efficient performance of their underlying databases. As the complexity of SQL queries grows, especially those involving intricate joins and indexing challenges, query optimization...

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Feb 1
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Introduction Welcome to the world of C#! Whether you’re a seasoned developer or just starting your programming journey, the power and versatility of C# can elevate your coding experience. In this article, we’ll explore a curated collection of tips and tricks to enhance your proficiency in C#. From optimizing...

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Jan 29
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Performance tricks & best practices, beginner friendly Hey there! Today, I’m sharing some straightforward ways to speed up your .NET Core apps. No fancy words, just simple stuff that works. Let’s dive in! • • • 1. Asynchronous programming Asynchronous programming in .NET Core is a powerful way to enhance...

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Jan 25
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A deep dive into Ahead-of-Time (AOT) compilation for optimized performance What is it? Traditionally, .NET languages like C# use Just-in-Time (JIT) compilation. In this process, the source code is initially compiled into Common Intermediate Language (CIL) code, a platform-agnostic code representation. Only when the code is executed does the JIT...

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Oct 31, 2023
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In the article, we are going to examine how to optimize SQL queries and improve query performance by using SQL query optimization tips and techniques and many others. Before going towards the main topic of SQL Query optimization, let us first understand the actual processing of query: Query Processing...

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Oct 25, 2023
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746

As a developer, which areas should we focus on for performance optimizations? How can we measure the impact? Read this post to learn the framework. Performance optimization is any software or hardware modifications that make the platform faster and more scalable, improving latency or throughput or both. You can spend...

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Aug 17, 2023
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930

What does your performance “stack” look like? There are all kinds of tools available for measuring page speed, but what data and assumptions do they use to measure performance? And speaking of measuring performance, there’s quite a difference between that and monitoring performance. Geoff Graham evaluates the data of...

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Jun 27, 2023
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Introduction Performance optimization is a key concern in software development, regardless of the programming language or platform you’re using. It’s all about making your software run faster or with less memory consumption, leading to better user experience and more efficient resource usage. For .NET developers, understanding and implementing performance...

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May 29, 2023
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3375

Maximizing performance in asynchronous programming Task and Task<TResult> The Task and Task<TResult> types were introduced in .NET 4.0 as part of the Task Parallel Library (TPL) in 2010, which provided a new model for writing multithreaded and asynchronous code. For demonstration purposes, let’s build an example: using System; using System.Diagnostics;...

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