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Boosting Performance with Fields

, 17 Aug 2009
A potentially significant amount of performance gain and code size reduction can be achieved by making use of internal fields rather than designing applications with a blanket use of public properties.
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ShofarNexus™ is software project started in 1998 with a lot of testing and rejecting of methodologies. Our goals were fast startup and execution, a clean presentation and reliable data distribution. We take ReST to the extreme. We focus some on eye-candy and mostly on the meat and vegetables that are good for business.
 
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