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BP121 - Performance Programming -- Presentation and Demo database as presented

By Andrew Pollack on 01/19/2012 at 02:00 PM EST

BP121 - Performance Programming, as presented at Lotusphere 2012. This zip file contains the presentation along with the demo database and instructions for using it.

I didn't get time to do much with the demo so I promised to post it here. It wasn't really meant for distribution, but it should be fine. Feedback is welcome, but please don't expect much tech support on it.

BP121PRES_and_DEMOS.zip

Enjoy.


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re: BP121 - Performance Programming -- Presentation and Demo database as presentedBy Max on 01/19/2012 at 04:05 PM EST
Thank you very much :-)
re: BP121 - Performance Programming -- Presentation and Demo database as presentedBy Fredrik on 01/19/2012 at 06:02 PM EST
Thank you for this and two awesome sessions this week
re: BP121 - Performance Programming -- Presentation and Demo database as presentedBy Ben M. on 11/02/2012 at 11:31 AM EDT
Hi Andrew,

Browsing the sessions from Lotusphere last year I got curious about your
presentation, as I'm currently fighting some pretty nasty codes, but the zip
file doesn't seem to exist anymore... Any chance you could upload it again?

thanks!


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