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  • Mechanisms and Performance when querying data to SQLServer from C#
    2 projects | | 30 Jul 2023
    For this purpose we are going to use our beloved BenchmarkDotNet tool.
  • Object Mapping in .NET
    3 projects | | 23 Jun 2023
    To quantify and compare the performance of the object mapping strategies discussed earlier, we can employ BenchmarkDotNet.
  • Exploring Code Performance Testing in C# with BenchmarkDotNet
    3 projects | | 19 May 2023
    BenchmarkDotNet is a popular open-source library that, as stated in the repo's, helps us to transform methods into benchmarks, track their performance, and share reproducible measurement experiments. Using BenchmarkDotNet feels similar to writing unit tests. It's very important to note that the library only works with console apps. Finally, we can visualize the results in the terminal where the benchmark ran or in user-friendly formats such as markdown, HTML and CSV. We will explore examples of there formats later in the article.
    3 projects | | 19 May 2023
    You can read further about BenchmarkDotNet here : Official documentation GitHub repo Adam Sitnik's blog Adam is one of the maintainers of the library and his blogs are pretty cool. Wojciech Nagórski's blog Wojciech is a contributor to BenchmarkDotNet and has a lot of cool articles about the library as well!
  • Iterator Benchmarks That Shocked With Unexpected Results!
    2 projects | | 4 Apr 2023
    We’re of course going to be using BenchmarkDotNet for our benchmarks, and you can find all of the code for these over at GitHub. To start, we need an entry point hook for our single Benchmark class that will be defining the permutations of scenarios that we’d like to run. This will be relatively basic as follows:
  • What your hidden nuget gems ?
    32 projects | /r/dotnet | 10 Mar 2023
    Benchmark.NET - ridiculously simple and powerful on the fly benchmarking of any .NET method:
  • Performance Tips?
    4 projects | /r/csharp | 9 Feb 2023
    Finally, it's probably worth getting familiar with profilers (VS's builtin is fine) and tools such as and
  • C#: Does Visual Studio 2022 offer a way to profile which function(s) are taking the most time during execution?
    2 projects | /r/csharp | 1 Feb 2023
    It's common to use Benchmark DotNet for "micro benchmarking" i.e. timing small isolated bits of code like it's a unit test.
  • Usefully links for DotNet Backend Developers
    13 projects | | 2 Jan 2023
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  • Optimizing GUID Generation Step by Step
    2 projects | | 8 Dec 2022
    Well, we just finished our journey. We started our journey with a piece of code which took 213ms and finished with a code which took 28ms We have made it about 10X Faster!. Here are the final results using BenchmarkDotNet:
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