In part I of this series, we familiarize ourselves with the program code through a small analysis as well as performance measurement. Now we will try to implement possible improvements aimed at better utilize memory resources.
Okay, as a .Net programmer, you’ll probably say that talking about memory management is a joke because the .Net Framework already has the Garbage Collector (GC) that does this dirty work for you.
Thread.Sleep(n>0) can be used to perform tests or debugging operations in some scenarios. I don’t see a good reason for its use in production code.
I’m very excited that I’m relaunching my blog years later. And in this first post, I’d like to talk about the release of the first preview of Visual Studio 2017 Tools for Azure Functions.
Beyond bringing support for Visual Studio 2017, this release enables creating pre-compiled C# functions and uses WebJobs attributes to declare function bindings directly in the C# code. For me, these features are warmly welcomed and give us a better workflow experience.