C# OptimizationApply low-level optimizations to speed up C# programs. Tune program performance.
Optimization. Deep in the ocean an octopus hides from predators. It disguises itself on the ocean floor. When attacked, it releases dark ink.
For an octopus, survival depends on escape. It optimizes to avoid being eaten. A C# program too can be optimized for performance, to work better and faster.
You can find many optimization tips in Code Complete. I recommend this book for some tips. Some strategies may not be useful in C#. Many are still relevant.
Quote: Use a high-quality design. Make the program right. Make it modular and easily modifiable so that it's easy to work on later.
Quote: When it's complete and correct, check the performance. If the program lumbers, make it fast and small. Don't optimize until you know you need to (Code Complete).
A final note. As an octopus, hiding on the ocean floor is something to optimize for. In C# programs, optimizations to reduce allocations and reduce logical tests are more effective.
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