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Today we are going to take a look at Dynamic Management Views. Dynamic Management Views is one of my favorite things that they have added to the SQL Server product. Instead of running all kinds of stored procedures, dbcc commands and selects from table, you can get all that information now from the Dynamic Management Views, all you need to know is what view will get you the information you need. I/O Related Dynamic Management Views and Functions Change Tracking Related Dynamic Management…
Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0 are almost released, one of the new things that ship with this release is Parallel Programming. Since you can't buy a machine anymore with just one core it is time that we developers get intimate with concurrent programmi…
Today I finaly had some time to sacrifice to finding why my application was slow at startup (around 30 seconds). So I opened up JetBrains's dotTrace and went to work. In less then half an hour I shaved at least 10 seconds of the startup time.
So here is the first profiler screenshot.