Next week, John Bryce Training, along with some of its partners, set up a two day conference named Extreme Dev Con 2013, on the 22nd and 23rd of July in Hertzliya (Israel). The conference consists mainly of full one-day seminars, several happening at the same time (naturally).
I will be presenting a full day seminar, titled something like “.NET deep dive for performance”. The rough topics are listed in the above link, but basically I will cover various topics that somehow relate to that elusive thing called “performance”. From process and AppDomains, through the garbage collector and friends, threads and tasks, perhaps some C# 5.0 with async and await, and also profiling, I will try to cover as much as I can with the time frame given. I will use a lot of code demos (and some tools) to make the theoretical concepts more concrete.
Registration is not free, unfortunately, but this should be worth it if you’re a .NET developer who cares about the code you write, and want to gain a deeper understanding to the way the CLR works and gain some practical insights into the framework’s power.
I hope to see you there!