Looking to start using Spring.NET to provide Dependency Injection in your next project? In this article I will show the performance impact of Spring.NET Dependency Injection and compare it to performing the same functions natively.
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What do you do when a system or application performance problem just can't seem to be fixed?
Rules keep the business world moving forward so today we share Michelle LaBrosse's top ten rules for a successful business.
Caching can greatly improve performance but it can also lull you into a false sense of security. In some cases it can even make the performance worse. If you haven't already, then now is the time to learn the issues and limitations of caching so that you can truly improve performance.
This article demonstrates how an enterprise can improve time to market without sacrificing quality when offering new services: by leveraging investments made in existing services, incorporating best practices, and adopting a level of standardization.
Performance is critical to today's successful applications and web sites. If you design with an awareness of the session state management challenges you can always change your strategies to match your performance needs.
How can you keep a project moving smoothly? Here are a guidelines for constructing rules to keep your projects moving forward.
This article will demonstrate a simple technique, "A Two-Way Requirements verification process", which reinforces the most critical connection point of any methodology: the transition between functional design or requirement sign off and the beginning of the technical design by the technical team.
The results you get out of any performance prediction exercise are bound to be wrong. The goal is to make them as least wrong as possible. Rob Bogue will help you understand how to avoid getting them too wrong.
There are many factors which can contribute to conflicts: differing personalities, styles, and working long hours together can all add up to a blow up. If its your team who is at each others throats and you are the project manager; getting involved can be disastrous if you aren't careful!
10 ways to use project management to survive and succeed even during adverse times.
Is your company developing software for sale or distribution? If yes, your company needs a sales policy and a flexible, commercially feasible licensing model.
Before jumping into a project, it is worth taking a short bit of time to evaluate the deliverables expected in a project.
Does your organization have a variety of ways to develop and maintain customer, partner, and employee websites? Perhaps you should consider how a portal development factory can simplify development through an efficient and consistent set of people, processes, and platforms.
Discover how to enhance your website's revenue and traffic from an end-to-end perspective by applying DMAIC (Six Sigma) methodology to your website. Learn about the key metrics, fundamentals of SEO (Search Engine Optimization) and Ad Words, and how to increase your site traffic all in one place.
As an IT professional, it is likely that you have heard portal buzz words including JSR 168 and WSRP. But if you are like many, you may not understand the differences or the benefits of these complementary portal standards.
When disaster strikes, don't leave home without Project Management. Explore seven Project Management rules to help you when you find yourself looking for a magic wand to turn disaster into recovery.
Few projects end up having too much time. Successfully completing a project often depends on tackling core, significant, and risky aspects of any custom solution first—like the long hard march up hill—and finishing with the trim, or cosmetic work, last.
Agile methodologies can deliver more functionality and better quality in less time. When they don't, is it the process, the people, or the project?
Many times. a new process is introduced and after the initial introduction, those productivity gains slide back. But the Kanban process (really, any lean process) is designed to allow teams to introduce improvements continuously to their process, thus continually improving productivity.