Performance Measuring and Monitoring for .NET 6 Applications

It’s been a very busy few month, but they payed off - I’ve published a new course “Performance Measuring and Monitoring for .NET 6 Applications” which is live on Pluralsight.

It was a lot of work as .NET 6 has such a great toolset for performance work - and it’s all open-source and totally free. A lot of work went into polishing the course and finding small details in .NET Runtime source code itself and surrounding SDKs.

One thing to note, during the production I used Descript the first time to edit audio and it was totally worth it. My workflow went as this:

  1. Recording everything in Camtasia. Slides with PowerPoint Camtasia plug-in, and screen and audio all with Camtasia. There’s no need for any external tool or extra tool, which I used to use before.
  2. Export Camtasia clip as “audio-only” wav file, then import into Descript.
  3. Edit audio in Descript, and export as “.wav”.
  4. Delete all audio in Camtasia and replace with descript exported audio.
  5. Make final edits in Camtasia.

Some do complain that it would be great to sync timeline between Camtasia and Descript, but I didn’t find that useful. I prefer making final edits myself to make sure production quality is good, so syncing is a natural way to do that.

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