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.NET Code or SQL – Where’s the Performance Problem?

, 18 Oct 2011 CPOL
Identifying an application’s performance bottlenecks is all about understanding how the application is spending its time. Only with the most complete understanding of how an application is operating is it possible to understand what it is doing wrong, as this article describes.

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