It was nice to see that so many people downloaded the demo site already and checked out the lab instructions for the first lab.
Earlier this week I published the first .NET Debugging Lab. If you haven’t tried it out yet, here are the instructions.
This is the first in a series of about 10 labs on .NET debugging. The lab will use a site called BuggyBits, and as the name suggests the bits are extremely b...
.NET Debugging Labs
I often get questions like How do I learn .net debugging? What books should I read? Where can I find more information?
I have talked about blocked finalizers before and this issue is a special case of blocked finalizers where we are not really finalizing a .NET object but rat...
Update 2021: This is a re-post of a post from Johan Straarup - I am posting it here as his blog has been decommissioned
After making some changes to their domains one of my customers noticed that their ASP.NET 2.0 applications didn’t respond anymore. HTML pages and images were...
As you already know, i spend my days analyzing dumps for customers, and more often than not I don’t have access to the customers code.
Lately, no matter where you turn there are linq presentations and Silverlight demos. A couple of years back the hot new stuff was web services and XML.