Improving .NET Application Performance


  Any post about .NET application performance naturally has to start with a tip about StringBuilder.  And this post is no exception.  Make sure that you use StringBuilder when concatenating strings because the “+” operator…   I’m just kidding.  I mean, that’s not bad advice.  Rather, I’m kidding in that I just don’t want to offer this style of tip today.   Often, advice about application performance comes at you with the staccato of rapid fire tips.  “37 Ways to (read more)

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