About This Episode
In this episode Keith and Woody sit down with Mr. Performance, Rico Mariani, the Chief Architect for Visual Studio at Microsoft. Rico has been at Microsoft for 20 years. Before taking on his role as Chief Architect, he spent 5 years working on performance in one capacity or another. He is a legend when it comes to performance and has an analogy for everything.
Thanks to our guest this episode
Rico Mariani is a Chief Architect for Visual Studio at Microsoft. Rico began his career at Microsoft in 1988, working on language products beginning with Microsoft® C version 6.0, and contributed there until the release of the Microsoft Visual C++® version 5.0 development system. In 1995, Rico became development manager for what was to become the "Sidewalk" project, which started his 7 years of platform work on various MSN technologies. In the summer of 2002, Rico returned to the Developer Division to take a position as Performance Architect on the CLR team. Rico's interests include compilers and language theory, databases, 3-D art, and good fiction.
Rico’s blog is http://blogs.msdn.com/ricom/
- Rico’s Channel 9 interview on Writing better, faster code
- Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability
- Performance Testing Guidance for Web Applications
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