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10% Performance Improvement In Just 20 Minutes

Damon Armstrong assumed that his cryptographic library was perfect until he tried it out with ANTS Performance Profiler. Within 20 minutes, he was able to make a 10% performance improvement on his code. How did he do it? Read the full story.

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Red Gate Software
Red Gate Software Ltd.
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Red Gate Software makes ingeniously simple tools used by over 650,000 Microsoft technology professionals working with .NET (incl. ASP.NET), SQL Server, Azure, and Oracle. More than 100,000 companies use our products, including 93% of the Fortune 100.

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Damon Armstrong
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United States United States
Damon Armstrong is a senior architect with Cogent Company in Dallas, Texas, and author of Pro ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming. He specializes in Microsoft technologies with a focus on web application design using ASP.NET. When not staying up all night coding, he can be found playing disc golf, softball, working on something for Carrollton Young Life, or recovering from staying up all night coding.

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