Making .NET Applications Faster

Learn how to make .NET code faster by using collections correctly, incorporating unsafe code, switching to value types when necessary, and precompiling parts of your application.
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Learn how to make .NET code faster by using collections correctly, incorporating unsafe code, switching to value types when necessary, and precompiling parts of your application.
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In this course, you will learn how to make .NET code faster by applying a set of techniques and APIs. You will see how to choose collections correctly based on their performance characteristics, and when to design your own. You will see how to improve application startup and load times by applying precompilation. You will also see how to improve performance with value types, unsafe code, and a bag of additional smaller tricks.
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Description
In this course, you will learn how to make .NET code faster by applying a set of techniques and APIs. You will see how to choose collections correctly based on their performance characteristics, and when to design your own. You will see how to improve application startup and load times by applying precompilation. You will also see how to improve performance with value types, unsafe code, and a bag of additional smaller tricks.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(459)
Duration
1h 47m
Updated
12 May 2014
Course authors

Sasha is the CTO of Sela Group and a Microsoft C# MVP. He specializes in performance optimization, production debugging, distributed/cloud systems, and mobile development. Sasha is also a frequent conference speaker and published book author.

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