Everything You Want to Know About the Record Type in .NET: Performance

In my article titled Everything You Want to Know About the Record Type in .NET 5… But Were Afraid to Ask that I wrote in early 2021, I introduced readers to the new record type introduced in .NET 5 and why, as a class author, I like it. In this article, I will drill down into the performance using the record type.

Coding Faster with dotNetTips Spargine – January 2022 Release

I am happy to announce the fifth release (v2022.1.5.40) of Spargine on January 1st, 2022, my open-source projects, and NuGet packages for .NET 5 and above. I have added new classes, methods, benchmarks, and unit tests! I use these in all the projects I am currently working on including many that are in production! I hope you will check them out and let me know what you would like to see added.

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Collection Performance: How Do You LINQ?

Way, way back in 2007, the Language-Integrated Query (LINQ) was introduced as part of .NET 3.5. Since LINQ was new, I spent some time learning how to create the most performant queries, especially for Entity Framework. I learned back then how the query is written can affect performance. In this article, I will show the most performant way to write queries for a collection of objects.

Everything That Every .NET Developer Needs to Know About Disposable Types: Using Tools to Find Issues

In part 1 of this series of this article, I talked about that it is very critical for every developer to know exactly how memory management works in the .NET runtime. In part 2 I showed how to implement the IDisposable interface for your types. In this article, I am going to discuss how to find these issues in your code by using tools and Visual Studio extensions.