"Linq to Memory": another old idea

Posted by: Rico Marianis Performance Tidbits, on 02 Jan 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

One of my readers asked if I had any particular plans around memory density for Visual Studio to go with my last posting and indeed I had one thought that I considered a very powerful way to create data structures that were more likely to be scalable.  Like most of my ideas it’s a very simple thought that I think is still effective, and I still give the same advice because I’m boring like that. Basically, it’s this:  rather than design your data structures the way...

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