Hot on the heels of releasing his new book, Practical Performance Profiling, I’m delighted that Jean-Philippe Gouigoux will be joining us on April 3rd to present a free webinar on optimizing .NET code performance.
He gave me a sneak preview of his talk last week and there’s a lot of really useful advice in there. He’ll be discussing why he thinks 20% of performance problems account for 80% of lost time, before looking at some real examples of both server-side and client-side profiling, and covering a variety of best practices you can use to improve the performance of your own code. The webinar will be followed by a Q&A session where he’ll be joined by Red Gate technical support engineer Chris Allen to answer any of your questions.
Jean-Philippe has 10 years’ experience in .NET, most recently as system architect at MGDIS, and was recently made a Microsoft MVP for his contributions to the .NET community. I’m really excited that he’s found a gap between his day job and university lecturing to share his knowledge, and I hope you’ll be able to join us on April 3rd – it’s free but you do need to register in advance at https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/829014934. I’ll see you there!