Working with Sharepoint to me is becaming more planing, performance and Architect Sharepoint, develomp is a very large and complex task, because when we are creating frameworks we give flexibility and more solutions to developer and final users, but we have to see more far, upgrades future and pro and against we gonna met, and in the end dont turn sharepoint slower than we meet.
This links are a good start if you are a developer and a Sharepoint Administrator, Hope you like the decision you take on start working with Sharepoint.
I dont regret, but remember This Sharepoint is not 1, is a lot of others aplication, like a hear a few days ago, "Sharepoint will be Operation System of Entreprise Companys" :P
Tune Web server performance (Office SharePoint Server)
How to defragment Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 databases and SharePoint Server 2007 databases
Improve Perfomance in ASP.net
- Checklist: ASP.NET Performance
- The 2004 Patterns and Practices Book "Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability" has a number of really great chapters worth calling out:
- Performance Best Practices at a Glance
- 10 Tips for Writing High-Performance Web Applications - Rob Howards classic MSDN article
- 20 Tips to Improve ASP.net Application Performance - The real value in this blog post is in the comments!
- ASP.NET Performance Case Study: Web Service calls taking forever - A great debugger "mystery"
- Developing High-Performance ASP.NET Applications
- Overview of ASP.NET Performance Monitoring
- High Performance ASP.NET - Speeding Up ASP.NET Pages
- Boost ASP.NET Performance with Precompilation
- 10 ASP.NET Performance and Scalability Secrets - By Omar Al Zabir
- Speed Up Your Site! 8 ASP.NET Performance Tips - Jon Galloway and Jeff Atwood
- Performance Optimization of an ASP.NET 3.5 Web 2.0 portal by Tanzim Saqib
- Planning, testing and tuning for ASP.NET and IIS 6.0 - An interesting perspective on tuning your installation.
- Strategies for Improving IIS Performance
- Managing IIS Registry Settings
- Managing IIS Metabase Settings
- IIS Compression in IIS6.0 - Old news, but crucial!
- ISAPI Rewrite - I highly recommend this ISAPI filter for taking control of your URLs before they get to ASP.NET.
- IIS 6.0 Tuning for Performance
- IIS7 Output Caching - Reason #50 to use IIS7 over IIS6. Seriously.