How much memory are you currently using?

Following on from my previous post about a demo PLINQ application, I had some small discoveries about memory usage and wanted to blog them. As I was loading large chunks of data into memory and started monitoring my little demo applications RAM footprint, I discovered that even tho the garbage collection system had already cleanedContinue reading “How much memory are you currently using?”

Playing with PLINQ Performance using the StackOverflow Data Dump

Not having made use of PLINQ in an actual product yet, I decided to have a play with how it works, and to try and obtain my own small metrics on it’s performance benefits. PLINQ is part of a larger push from the .NET teams at Microsoft to get concurrent/parallel processing out of the boxContinue reading “Playing with PLINQ Performance using the StackOverflow Data Dump”