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Writing High-Performance .NET Code, 2nd Edition by Ben Watson, Leticia Watson

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Using the .NET Framework

The previous chapter discussed general .NET coding techniques and pitfalls, especially those related to language features. In this chapter, we discuss some of the issues you must consider when using the enormous library of code that ships with .NET. I cannot possibly discuss all of the various subsystems and classes that are part of the .NET Framework, but the purpose of this chapter is to give you the tools you need to do your own investigations into performance, and to be aware of common patterns that you may need to avoid.

The .NET Framework was written with an extremely broad audience in mind (all developers everywhere, really), and is meant to be a general-purpose framework, providing stable, correct, robust code ...

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