Here is another unofficial remoting comparison.
Here is a remoting comparison with some interesting results. The numbers represent the call count after 5 seconds and after an initial hit for JIT compiling the Web service and IIS application. The simple object that was returned contained only a name and price property. The Remoting TCP’s well known type was a singleton but a single call was about the same performance for the IIS and WS to TCP object retrieval.
After a few days of media trial and error, here are some DVD media notes that maybe someone else can consider and save some video editing and burning time. The final DVD project was grainy so I suppose other factors are to be considered but this is when you see how the DVD media is going to treat you with a video deadline. Several methods were used to burn the DVD but I ended up using Pinnacle to Verbatim media and had no failures at all.
Project: 106 minutes compiled with Pinnacle 8. Usually exceptional quality but this one was a bit MPEG grainy.
DVD Player: One unit with Progressive scan and one without.
DVD Brand and Quality Note
Memorex (4x purchased two months ago - unavailable now) - 100% Reliable, never pauses. The best you can get.
Memorex (8x - the only Memorex -R available) - 4 out of 5 would not play at all on either progressive scan or non-PS.
Sony - Pauses during play on non-PS.
Fuji - Pauses during play on non-PS.
Great Quality - No quality. Always pauses and even with simple data backups will read slow.
Platinum - Least expensive and 95% reliable.
Verbatim - Least expensive and 100% reliable.
Time is money when we use bad media for training videos or other small DVD based projects.
Your mileage may vary.
This is a list of resources that I had in my CLR Internals talk last week at the Dallas C# SIG. There are so many great CLR articles and webcasts but these are my best and may come in handy for someone else. The oldie but goodie is on DrDobbs site, Don Box discussing the two main CLR DLL's. I'm sure that it won't be up there forever.
Here's a list of some preferred CLR development techniques that come from my CLR Internals talk
last week at the Dallas C# SIG. Most of these are a collection from Jeffrey Richter's book and webcasts from Microsoft Sources such as Rico Mariani and Gregor Noriskin. Thanks to them of course for their work.