Benchmarking mistakes, part four

Part four of my Tech.pro beginner-level series on how to write bad benchmarking code can be found here.


I’m back from my summer vacation and getting caught up on a mountain of accumulated email. As I mentioned last time, I’m taking the rest of August off of blogging; see you in September!

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One thought on “Benchmarking mistakes, part four

  1. I might be missing something obvious here but… You said:

    Usually the number of objects that survive to the next generation because they need finalization is extremely small, so this situation usually does not produce a measurable impact.

    Then why do you even need to wait for those objects with: WaitForPendingFinalizers?

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