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.NET Performance and Debugging Workshop
6 days course
The .NET Performance and Debugging Workshop is a practical workshop for experienced .NET developers willing to develop high-performance .NET applications and debug them in the development and production environments. In this eight-day workshop, you will obtain practical knowledge about the performance characteristics of the .NET framework and common language constructs; learn about the relevant internal details of the .NET type system, garbage collector and synchronization mechanisms; and practice debugging scenarios that arise in the development or production environment of .NET applications. This workshop is limited to 8-12 participants to ensure that instructor attention is properly distributed during the practical labs, and to provide an opportunity for specific questions to be brought up after classroom hours.
This workshop is intended for experienced .NET developers with working knowledge of C#.
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