I have a program in Microsoft Access that processes text and also inserts data in MySQL database. This operation takes 30 mins or less to finished. I translated it into VB.NET and it takes 2 hours ...
My application tries to process chunks of data, each sized at tens of megabytes, but not fixed size. I use a producer for data fetching, and consumer for data processing, Since I do not control the ...
The question in general is: is there a more effective way of implementation of table with structure like Dictionary<int, Dictionary<string, string>>? The reason I am asking this is ...
This is just a consideration for a site am creating and for other big sites out there. I am using Identity Column to store the ID of some of my tables and I have classes whose Id are decorated with ...
I'm looking to make some performance enhancements to our site, but I'm not sure exactly where to begin. We have some custom object caching, but I think that we can do better. Our Business We ...
To get that out of the way - i am not asking about which platform is faster or try to start a flame war. Question: Why is the .NET version slower 5x in the first test ? The results i got were: .NET ...
I'm developing sites based on .NET platform. I usually deploy these sites on my local IIS, so that I can test them and see their functionality before going live. However, each time I restart windows, ...
In order to view system performance, I have been asked by management to give page response times for a few key pages. I want to make sure I am giving a good picture of the overall health of the ...
Personally, I break out in hives if I don't put ADO objects that implement IDisposable in using statements. But at my current contract, I've found that their homegrown enterprise framework "data ...