Benchmarking Applications with BenchmarkDotNet – Introduction

TL;DR BenchmarkDotNet is a Library that enable Developers to define Performance Tests for Applications, it abstracts the complexity from the Developer and allows a degree of extensibility and customisation through its API. Developers can get started pretty quick and refer to is documentation for Advanced Features. This is not a post to actually perform benchmarking but rather introduce BenchmarkDotNet to Developers. Sources used are available in Github.   Introduction Typically, when we develop a piece of software some degree of testing and measuring is warranted, the level of it depends on the… Read More

Sharing is caring

At byBrick Development the culture is focused around the sharing of knowledge. To that effect we run a program called byKnowledge and as part of byKnowledge we have a special session type called Pecha Kucha. Pecha Kucha Format The format is very simple and invites 4-5 different presentations from individual members of byBrick Development. Session length is 7 mins in duration Topic can be anything, including non-technical The idea is to showcase and share knowledge in a very succint manner. It is very effective and also allow us to get to know out colleagues… Read More