January 8, 2010
It’s been a long time since this blog has seen any posts about Cider. I haven’t been sleeping. Instead, I’ve been tuning. For the last six months I’ve been heads down focusing on the performance of Cider in VS 2010 both for WPF and for Silverlight. ScottGu’s post about creating another public release candidate hopefully has you convinced that we’re very serious about ensuring that the performance of the product meets your expectations. I thought it would be helpful if I talked about some of the specific things we’ve done in Cider to help with performance.