Creating Strings with No Allocation Overhead Using String.Create Writing High-Performance C# and .NET Code: Part 4

In this post, I’ll continue my series about writing high-performance C# and .NET code. This time, I will focus on a new(ish) method available on the String type – String.Create. First introduced in .NET Core 2.1, this method is currently planned for inclusion as part of .NET Standard 2.1 once that is released. What Does […]

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Demystifying HttpClient Internals: HttpResponseMessage A look at the internals of HttpResponseMessage

In the previous post in my demystifying HttpClient series, I looked at the internals of HttpRequestMessage. I want to continue the series by investigating the HttpResponseMessage. This class is mostly a property holder, with little internal logic but there are a few behaviours and best practices to watch out for. If you’ve read my previous […]

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An Introduction to Optimising Code Using Span<T> Writing High-Performance C# and .NET Code: Part 3

This post continues my series about writing high-performance C# code. In this post, we’ll continue from the last two posts by introducing the Span<T> type and refactor some existing code by converting it to a Span-based version. We’ll use Benchmark.NET to compare the methods and validate whether our changes have improved the code. If you […]

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