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by Dmitriy Gakh
Development in C# without care of resource consumption can lead to overloading the system. This article describes a case with large waste of memory and CPU time and how to avoid it.
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28 Aug 2015 by Dmitriy Gakh
Development in C# without care of resource consumption can lead to overloading the system. This article describes a case with large waste of memory and CPU time and how to avoid it.
18 Sep 2017 by Gamil Yassin
Types of Artificial Neural Networks
14 Dec 2020 by honey the codewitch
Some C++ magic to help cut down on heap abuse for simple scenarios
11 Oct 2013 by ASP.NET Community
CachingAuthor: Prakash Singh MehraIntroduction: It is a way to store the frequently used data into the server memory which can be retrieved very
30 Nov 2018 by mrsilver
A fixed memory pool class written in C++ for generic usage
12 Oct 2013 by ASP.NET Community
Proxy Design PatternThe Gang Of Four definition of this design pattern is "Provides a surrogate or placeholder for another object to control access
11 Oct 2013 by ASP.NET Community
  I wonder some times how statemanagement efficiently helps a developer to handle the user sessions. Session state management is one which should be
11 Jul 2017 by Doug Duerner, Yeon-Chang Wang
In this article we explored a theory; would it be better to not utilize a heap construct when dealing with very large objects in .NET, in order to avoid Large Object Heap (LOH) fragmentation?
5 Jul 2016 by T. Herselman
2 years ago I went OCD on memcpy/memmove; and wrote over 140 variations (80,000 lines of code) of memmove; testing, disassembling, optimizing and benchmarking them on multiple machines. I never released the article or the code; until now! So I need to do it before I loose my mind!
28 Apr 2018 by LiYS
Finalizer case explained
5 Jan 2014 by Richard Tauber
Implementing dynamic polymorphism without virtual functions and sharing objects across process boundaries.
11 Nov 2013 by altomaltes
An insigth in the heap "C" memory system.
22 Nov 2012 by Amit Bezalel
Tackling mananged memory leaks using windbg, profiliers and weakreferencs
11 Jul 2009 by Shivprasad koirala
CRUD operations using LINQ Entities
22 Nov 2015 by saleemy2ks
This Article discusses on Memory allocation in .Net and how JIT compiler optimizes non-volatile code. It also talk about Value Type, Reference type, Stack, Heap, Boxing, Unboxing, Ref, Out and Volatile.
28 Mar 2016 by Dmitriy Gakh
Intensive Big Data processing and Mobile Applications require fast calculations and compact data storage. Design of new quick and save .NET types with small overhead is not a simple task. This article describes creating of such type without overhead and with advantages only.
15 May 2012 by Henry He
In this article, I will show how to troubleshoot an ASP.NET application hang with memory dump
15 Mar 2021 by tugrulGtx
Header-only C++ tool that supports basic array-like usage pattern and uses multiple graphics cards in system as storage with LRU caching.
14 Apr 2016 by jurhas
Handle the dynamic allocated
21 Apr 2019 by setevoy4
What pointers are? Pointers examples in Golang. * and & operators. Pointer as an argument to a function. Functions - arguments by value and by reference.
11 Oct 2013 by ASP.NET Community
 ADO.NET stands for ActiveX Data Objects for .NET. It refers to the suite of data access technologies used to manipulate databases. ADO.NET is part