Best approaches to performance analysis
Good coding practices and project asset management often make finding the root cause of a performance issue relatively simple, at which point the only real problem is figuring out how to improve the code. For instance, if the method only processes a single gigantic
for loop, then it will be a pretty safe assumption that the problem is either with the iteration of the loop or how much work is processed each iteration.
Of course, a lot of our code, whether we're working individually or in a group setting, is not always written in the cleanest way possible, and we should expect to have to profile some poor coding work from time to time. Sometimes, hack-y solutions are inevitable, and we don't always have the ...