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Instrumenting Your Application to Measure its Performance Part 3 An introduction to EventSource, Logman, and PerfView

  This article discusses starting points for application instrumentation. You can find the source code to this article in my GitHub repository  BizGear EventSource is a class introduced in NET 4.5. Although installed as part of NET 4.5, you can … Continue reading

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Instrumenting Your Application to Measure its Performance Part 2 An Overview of the ETW subsystem

  The ETW subsystem has been written about extensively in other blogs and magazine articles. What I wish to accomplish here is provide a brief overview of the ETW subsystem to provide a common context for the future articles on … Continue reading

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Instrumenting Your Application to Measure its Performance Part 1 Introduction

  A common problem I’ve experienced in past projects is measuring the performance of some part of an application. Have you ever refactored a routine and needed to measure the performance difference between the original and the new code? Has … Continue reading

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