10 ASP.NET Performance and Scalability Secrets

Omar AL Zabir had published one of his great posts again. This one is dedicated to ASP.NET performance and scalability secrets. Here are part of his explanation words: ASP.NET 2.0 has many secrets, when revealed, can give you big performance and scalability boost. For instance, there are secret bottlenecks in Membership and Profile provider which
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ASP.NET Personal Web Site Starter Kit – Ajax Enabled with .NET Framework 3.5 and VS2008

Brad Abrams just converted the existing Web Site Starter Kit from the VS 2005 web site to use the new dot Net 3.5 framework, LINQ and Ajax extenders. Here is the full source code for that. Here are some of the key points from his post: – VS2008 Can Target .NET Framework 2.0 – Upgrade
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The Future of .NET: Visual Basic, the CLR and Managed JScript

This one I found today, it was published on 18th of Dec by Tony Davis on http://www.simple-talk.com. Its quite interesting post I loved reading it. Here is a short brief: Visual Basic v9 appeared on November 19. In the past, the new release of Microsoft’s longest-running language might have caused a stir, but it was
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