October 27th 2016 – 6.30PM
Bart talks about the techniques used to identify, troubleshoot, and fix performance problems in web apps across the whole stack, and illustrate these with a number of real world examples.
Bart works from his home near Cambridge in the UK as an independent consultant, entrepreneur and tech writer. He also contributes to the open source Node Tools for Visual Studio project hosted on CodePlex.
My expertise is in .NET, web, and mobile, and I’m always looking for new technologies to learn, use, and write about. As a result you’ll often find me at local developer community events.
Previously he worked at Red Gate Software for nearly 10 years – a company making tools for developers and DBAs. Over that time he was a developer, project manager, and product manager, but he also helped out with technical recruitment, and even ran the IT department for a while. He’s worked on some great products for .NET developers over the years:Nomad for Visual Studio, .NET Reflector, ANTS Performance Profiler, ANTS Memory Profiler, along with many of Red Gate’s SQL tools.
Thanks to Red Gate Software we have a number of prizes to give away on Thursday including:
- Licence for any of there software (I personally use ANTS Profiler and SQL Compare)
- A few copies of “SQL Server Internals: In Memory OLTP – Inside the SQL Server 2014 Heketon Engine” by Kalen Delaney
- A few copies of “SQL Server Source Control Basics” by Robert Sheldon, Rob Richardson and Tony Davis
- A few copies of “SQL Server Execution Plans” by grant Fritchey
- Other “stuff”
Hope to see you there!