Do you know how to write fast C# code?
Here's a sobering fact: many schools and universities only teach how to write valid C# code, and not how to write fast and efficient code.
The .NET Framework is huge. For any given problem there are many solutions, and it is not always clear which solution is the best choice.
Did you know that adding strings together using the wrong Framework class will slow down your code by a factor of more than two hundred? And if you're not handling exceptions the right way, your code wil run a mind-boggling thousand times slower than normal.
Slow C# code is a big problem. Slow code on the web will not scale to thousands of users. Slow code will make your user interface unusable. Slow code will make your mobile apps languish in the app store.
Slow code is holding you back!
But not anymore!
In this free course I will show you five very common performance bottlenecks and how to fix them. I will introduce each problem and write a small test program to measure the baseline performance. Then I will demonstrate how you can radically speed up the code, and I'll redo the measurement to show you how the solution measures up.
Why should you take this course?
You should take this course if you are a beginner or intermediate C# developer and want to take your programming skills to the next level. The lectures are real easy to follow, and I explain everything with clear code and instructive diagrams. You'll have no trouble following along.
Or you might be working on a critical section of code in a C# project, and need to make your code run as fast as possible. The tips and tricks in this course will help you immensely.
Or maybe you're preparing for a C# related job interview? This course will give you an excellent foundation to answer the performance-related questions they might throw at you.
Plus it's completely free!
This course is completely free and will remain so forever. Once you register, you will have lifelong access to all lectures.
Hi I'm Mark, and I am very pleased to meet you!
My IT career spans 2 decades and I've worn many different hats over the years. I am a serial entrepreneur and have launched two startups in The Netherlands. I've also been a CTO three times.
I started working with C# and the .NET framework 15 years ago. Today I live in Barcelona and spend my time creating online courses to share my knowledge of professional C# programming with a wide audience.