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Based on your experience, when do you need to perform a performance and memory profiler for a web development project in C#?

Today, Im newbie in performance and memory profiling.

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Use a memory and performance profiler when you need to find out why your program is running too slow or using too much memory. It will tell you which specific parts of your code are causing the problem, so that you can focus your efforts specifically on that code.

Further Reading
Beginners Guide to Performance Profiling

  • Thank you for your help. If I'm interpret correct from your side, you execute the performance and memory profiling in development phase? – KLN Dec 6 '15 at 6:33
  • Yes, the moment you suspect a significant performance problem. – Robert Harvey Dec 6 '15 at 6:35
  • 1. I have read that you need to make a isolation of the phase in order to make a performance testing? The purpose is that retrieve correct data so much as possible without affected by network or other application etc. Is it true or am I wrong? – KLN Dec 6 '15 at 7:37
  • 2. Do you know any good performance and memory profiling that is open source? – KLN Dec 6 '15 at 7:37
  • 3. Do you know if it common to use a test phase before production phase in order to commit performance testing? – KLN Dec 6 '15 at 8:26

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