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VSLive! 2007: Maximize Performance with ASP.NET and Team System

Discover performance tricks in ASP.NET and VSTS Edition for Testers to make your Web site run more efficiently.

Watch the video of the session! (Running time: 57 minutes)

There's nothing more depressing than building a data-driven, dynamic Web application and having it fail when you move it from your workstation to production. Don't be one of the sad ones. This session offers ASP.NET performance tricks to make your Web site run more efficiently. Plus, you'll learn how to use the Visual Studio Team System (VSTS) Edition load testing tools to work out the kinks in your apps before deployment.

About the Author

Brian A. Randell is a senior consultant with MCW Technologies LLC. For more than 20 years he has been building software solutions and teaching Microsoft technologies to developers and consulting worldwide. In early 2010, he toured the world prepping Microsoft employees and Microsoft partners for the Visual Studio 2010 launch. He's currently a Visual Studio ALM MVP and when not working enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children.

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