Threading – Using ReaderWriterLockSlim

When dealing with concurrency/threading issues in .Net, the normal approach is to use lock() to lock a dedicated sync object like this: This is an efficient, simple and well proven way to get thread-safety in .Net and is probably all you’ll ever need in your project. However, as this approach ensures only one thread can …

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LINQ – choosing between Concat() and Union()

In Linq To Objects, there are two ways you can join two sequences together, using either Concat() or Union(), and as I was wondering how the two differs I came across this post: The main thing to take away from this article is: “If you care about the duplicates, Union() is necessary. However, in …

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Memory leak in ADO.NET DataSet

Over the last couple of years, there have been many discussions/debates on DataSet vs Collections, and there was a very good article in MSDN magazine on just that: To add to the Dark Sides of DataSet, there is a little known feature/bug/annoyance in the DataTable.Select() method – every time you call the Select() method …

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Under the cover of i4o

I did some performance optimization work a little while back, and one of the changes which yielded a significant result was when I migrated some server side components (which are CPU intensive and performs a large number of loops) from using ADO.NET DataSets to using POCOs (plain old CLR object). The looping was then done …

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