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The seven deadly sins of HealthCare.gov

The seven deadly sins of HealthCare.gov | Software Development | Scoop.it
A data center failure is the latest in Obamacare site's trail of tears.
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The absolute bare minimum every programmer should know about memory management

The absolute bare minimum every programmer should know about memory management | Software Development | Scoop.it

Advances in technology come with increased complexity. That is just the nature of how technology evolves. However, things get simpler for the users as they are getting more demanding about alignment with their intentions. (...)

 

The memory management of the .NET framework is a good example of how complexity can be hidden in a layer of simplicity. However, when we assume that we don’t need to worry about how memory is managed and how garbage collection works, focusing on developing skills in syntax and classes, we risk to take bad design decisions that leads to performance and memory issues. Furthermore, the knowledge about how memory is managed helps us understand how the variables are behaving in our application. In this article I cover the basics about this topic.


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