C# Performance tips and tricks
At Raygun, we’re a pretty polyglot group of developers. Various parts of our code base are written in different languages and frameworks — whatever is best for the job. That said, large parts of Raygun written with.NET, and we’re big.NET fans. Given the prevalence of C# applications (C# has been in the top 5 on the TIOBE index for about 10 years!) and the massive scale of data Raygun deals with, we’re often called on to do C# optimization work.