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Have you ever stopped to think about all the things that have to take place when you execute a .NET program?
As the quote from Neal Ford says "Understand one level below your usual abstraction", you will look at why is this important and how can it help you if we apply it to the .NET framework.
This talk will delve into the internals of the recently open-sourced .NET Core Runtime, looking at what happens, when it happens and why. Using freely available diagnostic tools such as PerfView, libraries including ClrMD and even the source code itself!
Along the way you'll examine the Execution Engine, Type Loader, Just-in-Time (JIT) Compiler and the CLR Hosting API, to see how all these components play a part in making a 'Hello World' app possible.
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From 'dotnet run' to 'Hello World!'
Matt is a C# dev who loves nothing more than finding and fixing performance issues. He’s worked with Azure, ASP.NET MVC and WinForms on projects such as a web-site for storing government weather data, medical monitoring devices and an inspection system that ensured kegs of beer didn’t leak! He’s an Open Source Contributor to BenchmarkDotNet and RavenDB.