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also... @DThink I think you're missing the point here. Does it make a difference to the USER that the site is 100ms slower? Hell NO. It doesn't... at all. You could lose the same amount of time by not drinking your coffee and reacting slower to the page coming up. It's negligible FOR THE USER... The REAL point is this: 100ms of time means it was probably processing ~100ms longer. Using CPU, memory and other resources during that time. Processor time is finite on a machine (or even multiple machines)... So the longer a page takes to process, the fewer requests you can handle over a specified time period.
Toggle Commented Jun 21, 2011 on Performance is a Feature at Coding Horror
Also... WTF is with me getting stuck with my google openid for a name? Where do I change that?! LOL.
Toggle Commented Jun 21, 2011 on Performance is a Feature at Coding Horror
Looking at that MVC-Mini-Profiler. It seems like it is designed for you to have Database logic living in your web application. I have all of my database logic in a separate service running on other machine... Does the Mini-Profiler handle that scenario? If not, I'm a little shocked to learn that some of the large scale web applications that use it don't have their database logic running in a separate service.
Toggle Commented Jun 21, 2011 on Performance is a Feature at Coding Horror
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