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ASP.NET Site Performance Secrets Paperback – October 13, 2010
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Top Customer Reviews
The book is not just a collection of tips and secrets; it rather describes a systematic approach to optimizing websites. Book content is a workflow of the optimization process. It lists the areas that performance-minded developers need to bear in mind to improve speed of webpages.
While beginners may want to read the entire book as a practical guide, it also can be used as a reference book. It is well organized and every chapter can be read independently. I keep this book handy and return to the chapters that I need for particular projects.
This book is definitely worth a read then a reread every once in a while. I plan on implementing some of the suggestions for my sites.
This one I like. Matt Perdick has taken an interesting approach by not just presenting technology tips and tricks that can be used to positively effect performance but rather presents the technologies in the context of a methodology one can use to identify and resolve performance problems in their own web applications.
Matt covers the tools you can use with the bottleneck pinpointing process to find and fix issues with :
*Time to First Byte
*Thread usage and Asynchronous Architectures
*Reducing Long Wait Times
*Time to Last Byte
It's easy to read with ample code samples and screenshots and contains many, many of the kind of tips you would expect concerning things like ASP.NET View State, Element Ids, working with User Agent specifics, etc.
A good addition to your ASP.NET Expertise.