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Code Quality
Quality control is key to shipping successful applications. In this Special Report, you'll learn how to test your apps for performance, quality, and security through whitepapers, how-to articles, webcasts, and more. Check back regularly for more features that will help you test your apps inside and out.

Identify Slow Code and Bottlenecks
Processor speed continues to increase according to Moore's Law, but application developers still need to worry about performance. Use performance analysis data to seek out code that executes slowly and examine the reasons why. [Read More]

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Achieve Optimal Performance
Set application performance goals through a lifecycle commitment in which attention to response time and scalability result in better business value.

Video: Architecting for J2EE Performance
Take a look at how certain architectural and design decisions impact J2EE Web service application performance.

Building a Better Application Lifecycle
Better methodologies, modeling, and more sharing of data can make a difference in building better software faster.

Data Architecture for Performance Management
Apply technology to deliver the right information to the right person at the right time.

Factor in Performance and Portability
Discover the impact of performance and scalability as well as portability in choosing an object persistence technology.

Use Caching to Enhance Performance
Take advantage of the .NET Framework's caching functionality to build high-performance, enterprise-ready Web apps.

The Necessity of Performance Profiling
Scaling your application from the desktop to the server means looking for performance bottlenecks.

Create Custom Performance Counters
Leverage the power of performance counters to track your ASP.NET applications.

Optimize VB.NET Code Performance
A few simple tricks can often speed up your code without affecting the app's structure.

Speed Up Your VB.NET Code
Optimization rules have changed under VB.NET. Here are eight new ways to build wicked-fast code.

Stress-Test Web Forms and Services with ACT
Handling multiple browser requests is essential to an application's ability to perform under peak conditions. Learn how to use Visual Studio .NET's Application Center Test (ACT) to ensure your application can handle the load.

Write Unit Tests
Changing code is common when building applications, but you must ensure any changes you make don't create problems down the road. Learn how you can write unit tests to ensure the changes you make now don't cause headaches later.

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Whitepaper: Performance Analysis for Web Services
With SOA programming continuing to gain momentum, it's important to know how your distributed applications will work with one another. Learn how you can better understand application performance in the era of SOAs.

Whitepaper: .NET Interop and Performance Analysis
When calling native code from your .NET application, you can encounter serious performance implications. Learn how you can determine the correct method to use when calling native code, and how to assess its performance when you do.

Trial Offer: DevPartner Studio
Ready to kick-start your performance and testing efforts? Download a trial of DevPartner Studio now.

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