C# Performance Tricks: How To Radically Speed Up Your Code.
MP4 | Video: 1280x720 | 53 kbps | 48 KHz | Duration: 5 Hours | 1.66 GB
This course will help you speed up your C# code and provides many tricks that every professional developer must know.
Indispensable for the beginning pro This course is basically the next step for any intermediate C# developer. This is the stuff my teachers never had time for in school, but after applying a couple of these simple tweaks, I got my sluggish methods to run 20 times faster - Niels
Over 400 students have already enrolled and have left 5-star reviews. The course has been recently updated in August 2015.
BEST COURSE CHOICE for beginners and intermediate C# developers who want to take their programming skills to the next level.
Do you know how to write fast C# code?
You may have already enrolled in a C# programming course, or learned the language at school or university. But here's a sobering fact: most courses only teach you how to write code, not how to write fast code.
The .NET Framework is huge. For any given problem there are many solutions, and it is not always clear which solution is the best choice.
Did you know that adding strings together using the wrong Framework class will slow down your code by a factor of more than two hundred? And if you're not handling exceptions the right way, your code wil run a mind-boggling thousand times slower than normal.
Slow C# code is a big problem. Slow code on the web will not scale to thousands of users. Slow code will make your user interface unusable. Slow code will make your mobile apps languish in the app store.
Slow code is holding you back!
I can help you.
In a series of short lectures I will cover many common performance bottlenecks. I will introduce each problem, and then write a small test program to measure the baseline performance. Then I will demonstrate each possible solution, and benchmark how each solution measures up.
But there's more! I will also dive into Common Intermediate Code (CIL), the language that the C# compiler compiles to. If this sounds daunting, don't worry! The CIL language is actually very easy to read and understand. I'll take you through the basics in a quick 15-minute lecture.
Being able to read CIL code is a very useful skill that will help you avoid many performance pitfalls and give you a deeper understanding of the .NET Framework.