Microsoft's .NET is a proven success, but when you get into trouble, you can get into trouble deep. With a team spending 50% of its time debugging, the best way to ship on time is to learn how to debug better and faster.
Small code is fast code and fast code is good code. .NET makes development easy, but with the garbage collector as a black box, great performance can be hard to achieve – unless you know what you’re doing. Get the expert tips and tricks that allow you to extract the maximum amount of performance from your applications.
Nearly every enterprise business system talks to a database, and if that database is slow, the ramifications can be huge across all applications – a speedy database is critical. The black box of the SQL Server query processor makes things interesting for performance tuning, and this class is all about tuning T-SQL code to teach developers how to think and do “fast.”