Ayende @ Rahien

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Tweets that warm my heart

I got up this morning and the following showed up in my tweeter search:

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I would say that from the “is the profiler helping customers?”, we are in a pretty good position.

Comments

Krzysztof Kozmic
11/24/2009 10:03 AM by
Krzysztof Kozmic

yeah - it is helping.

I had a session with NHProf yesterday and it was invaluable.

Bunter
11/24/2009 11:44 AM by
Bunter

Tools answering the age-old "what the heck is my system doing" question tend to be invaluable most of the times :)

Fran Knebels
11/24/2009 02:53 PM by
Fran Knebels

I agree, I was profiling my app yesterday and got the alert that I might be missing an inverse on my one-to-many mapping. I lost 50,000 superfluous update statements. fantastic.

Ori Almog
11/24/2009 04:23 PM by
Ori Almog

Absolutly cool, linqtosqlprof, 120 queries to 4 now THATS the business!!

NotMyself
11/24/2009 04:33 PM by
NotMyself

Seriously, the best tool purchase I have made since ReSharper. And I get to support an OSS guy in the process. Win/Fucking Win.

Arnis L.
11/25/2009 08:06 AM by
Arnis L.

I'll help with advertising. :)

NHProf really really works. All of that can be done manually using plain sql profiler, brains and some hours digging around. But it's WAY much easier with NHProf.

jdn
11/25/2009 05:18 PM by
jdn

Out of curiosity, would there be a way to use NHProf as a replacement for plain SQL profiler? Some of the 'brains' built into the tool would probably be valuable beyond profiling NHibernate, LINQ2SQL, etc.

Janus Knudsen
11/26/2009 11:37 PM by
Janus Knudsen

Hi Ayende

What is the difference between NHProf and SQL Profiler? provided that we use SQL Server.

Why should the choice be NHProf?

Or did I miss something vital?

Arnis, jdn: remember that SQL Profiler is much more than just a statement tracer :)

Without knowing anything about NHProf, NHProf doesn't show anything near the detailed information we get from SQL Profiler.

NC
11/30/2009 10:27 PM by
NC

Why would anyone follow coding horror tweets? Jeff is an idiot.

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