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Good .Net Performance Talks
So I've been following PDC this week as much as possible, and came across this gem on Vance Morrison's Blog. Slides for our All Day PDC 2008 talks on: Performance By Design I recommend the Parallel Talk as it is more in depth than mine (they had more than 10 minutes for their presentation ). Two things to take away: You can run your Garbage Collector on a separate thread: EXE.Config <gcServer enabled="true" /> Shared state is the enemy! The ASP.Net slides are good too, and go into great length ......

Posted On Thursday, October 30, 2008 1:48 PM

CONDG Lightning Talk Slides
Here are the slides for my “Shallow Dive: PFX” talk, as promised. For the demos, I used the LINQRayTracer and C# Raytracer examples that come with the June08 PFX CTP. If you have any questions about PFX or the slides, just email or twitter DM me. Till next time, Alex Moore ......

Posted On Sunday, October 26, 2008 10:55 PM

CONDG October Meeting Recap
So I gave my 10 minute “Shallow Dive: PFX” presentation at CONDG tonight, and it went really smoothly. There were a lot of good presentations tonight, and it’s wonderful to see people in the development community giving back by doing these presentations, teaching, and inspiring people. I will post my slide deck this weekend, after I add some notes so readers can follow along. I would like to give props out to Steve Horn for his JQuery presentation, and to Greg Malcolm for his Mono presentation. Great ......

Posted On Friday, October 24, 2008 12:29 AM

Parallel Extensions Links
Here are some links to help you get started with the Microsoft Parallel Extensions to the .Net Framework (PFX). Starting Out PFX CTP – Here are the latest CTP bits from June 2008. They come with a whole lot of good examples and good documentation to get you started. MSDN Parallel Computing Dev Center – Plenty of white papers, videos, podcasts, and articles to get you started. Channel 9 Back to Basics Series (RSS) – This series is just getting started but looks very promising as a resource for developers ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 22, 2008 4:40 PM

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