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Nick Harrison Blog<Nick>.Next() Performance Timings Thoughts on performance timings and performance tests that have been made or could be made.
Comparing Reflection and Hard Coded for initializing an object from a Data Read
Whenever I talk about reflection, questions about performance always come up. People are worried that reflection will make their code slower. While you should always worry about performance , you should not let performance worries keep you from making appropriate use of new technology. An ounce of testing is worth a pound of speculation. Recently, I did some timing studies to set my own fears to rest. I loaded the NorthWinds database with 100,000 Employee records. I then created an Employee object ......

Posted On Sunday, May 29, 2005 9:08 PM

Comparing DataReaders and DataSets in an asp.net application

Craig Davis does a nice job of quantifying these suspicions. He steps you through the tests that he performed and explains his conclusions that the DataReader is 27 - 56 times faster than a DataSet. He also finds SqlDataReader to by 10 times faster than OleDBDataReader

Posted On Thursday, May 12, 2005 8:06 PM

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