Benchmarks, Performance and Speed Tests for the .NET and Mono Frameworks

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Benchmarks, performance and speed tests of basic algorithms, structures and patterns for the Microsoft .NET Framework and Novell Mono Framework. Gives the software architect an overview how much throughput dictionaries, thread synchronization and more have. Tests are VS/C#

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