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Perceived Performance – Customer Driven Performance Testing
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Perceived Performance – Customer Driven Performance Testing

How to get the most from the performance testing? Performance testing could be laborious, fragile, complex process that requires special skills to get it up and running. It requires even deeper skills when interpreting the results especially when analyzing root causes of performance and scalability failures. How to get most of value of it with […]

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Performance Test Cadence
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Performance Test Cadence

Wouldn’t you want to know about problems earlier vs. later?How often one should perform performance testing? Is it once successful build is available? Is availability of a good build a trigger to run performance test?  What are other constraints and limitations should be taken into account when committing on a timeline? Let’s break it down […]

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Performance Engineering–Value Realization, and Risk Mitigation
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Performance Engineering–Value Realization, and Risk Mitigation

Here is my view what’s valued in software engineering, it’s crisp and it helps me gauging my impact. So here it is – you are valued when you either create value or reduce risk. Feature teams obviously create value by coding up the features that end users use and happily pay money for. As a […]

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ASP.NET MVC–Key Components And Their Relationships
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ASP.NET MVC–Key Components And Their Relationships

This post outlines key components of ASP.NET MVC and their connections. This is helpful for those who are getting started with ASP.NET MVC especially to those who are transitioning from ASP.NET Forms. RouteConfig.cs RouteConfig.cs file is located in App_Start folder. It defines how to parse and route incoming requests based on the URL’s structure. By […]

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Performance: Slow Response–The Case Of Slow DNS Translation
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Performance: Slow Response–The Case Of Slow DNS Translation

During recent load testing we observed slow response with one of key web pages. Regardless of the load – single user or multiple users – the response time wasn’t of satisfactory and varied between 8 to 18 seconds depending on the environment. To narrow down the problem we load tested only the web page in […]

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