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Matt Warren
Christian, husband & father. Also a C# Dev who loves finding and fixing performance issues, Microsoft MVP, contributor to
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Matt Warren 2h
One of the benefits of the .NET Core Runtime being open source, has an idea for a low-level feature , within a few hours has created a prototype! available here
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Matt Warren 4h
Lots of great info here on the 'ReadyToRun File Format' (from this PR ) see the recent .NET blog post for an explanation of what 'ReadyToRun' is and why it's useful
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Adam Sitnik 5h
It looks like some of my recent performance improvements that are going to be part of .NET Core 3.0 are visible in some of the TechEmpower benchmarks on Linux.
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Matt Warren 5h
Replying to @SitnikAdam
Nice!
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Christophe Nasarre 7h
Let's go for writing kernel code in C++ with at !
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SPECIES Jun 18
Starlings are so underrated! They can speak English like a parrot, and they can invent their own songs and sounds with inspiration from the world around them. Mozart had a pet starling to help him write music!!! Next time you see one, pay attention. 🎶
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Daniel Jun 18
Ok Kevin B Parry, you absolute wizard. This is how you get burnt at the stake.
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Maoni Stephens 15h
3rd slide: GC limits - currently available as env var (complus_GHeapHardLimit) as mentioned and will soon be available via runtime configs along with obtaining the limit you set via the GetMemoryInfo API.
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Matt Warren 19h
Nice!
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Jon Sequeira 21h
It's not every day you see a bug this impressive.
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Kevin Jones 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 19
I wish .NET had an easy way to attach a custom bit to an object that was lightweight. I wish I could ask an array, "did you come from ArrayPool?" Better yet I want my program to crash in debug mode if I am leaking ArrayPool objects.
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Matt Warren Jun 19
Interesting thread
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Matt Warren Jun 19
Interesing performance analysis and some nice low-level info in this issue, which is looking at 'Span<T> performance issues on Linux versus Windows'
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Matt Warren Jun 19
Replying to @ziki_cz @konradkokosa
Wow, there's some cool, interesting books in there!!
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Matt Warren Jun 19
Replying to @superfoonly
😀 I reckon you're right about that, that's probably a pretty good 'rule of thumb' for codebases!
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Matt Warren Jun 18
Great post, lots of 'behind the scenes' info on what it takes to host and build .NET Core
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.NET Team Jun 18
The Evolving Infrastructure of .NET Core
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Matt Warren Jun 18
Replying to @sebify
I guess so! 😀
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Matt Warren Jun 18
Ever want to call .NET code from a native app? These samples show you various ways of 'hosting' the .NET Core CLR C++ code: and the C# code that it calls
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ESPNcricinfo Jun 18
England scored more sixes today than they ever have in an ENTIRE World Cup campaign 👀
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