Favorite improvements in .NET 6

Tagged in .NET

There is so much to look forward to in .NET 6 and with the open planning process you can see the upcoming releases with ...

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Favorite features in Visual Studio 2022 so far

Tagged in Debugging Diagnostics Visual Studio

I am getting amped for the new feature in Visual Studio 2022, and if you want a peak at the latest changes, please ...

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Inducing and measuring ThreadPool exhaustion

Tagged in .NET Diagnostics

I have been really fascinated by the types of bugs that only manifest under load. It is the kind of issue you really ...

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Using Visual Studio to search objects in a memory dump

Tagged in Debugging Diagnostics Dump Analysis Visual Studio

There is just a ton of information buried in your dumps, you should really think about it as a snapshot, or as moment ...

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Debug & Analyze Dump Files in Visual Studio

Tagged in Debugging Diagnostics Visual Studio

I was on Visual Studio Toolbox Live recently which is a biweekly show hosted by my friend and colleague Leslie ...

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Interpreting async code in CPU traces

Tagged in .NET .NET Core Visual Studio

My good friend Christophe Nasarre over at Criteo wrote a great blog post on Understanding 'reversed' callstacks in ...

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Disable FLoC in ASP.NET

Tagged in ASP.NET ASP.NET Core

With third-party cookies becoming less prevalent Google has introduce a new form of tracking called Federated Learning ...

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Working as a Program Manager

Tagged in Development Process Microsoft

After the last time I wrote about being a Program Manager, I realized I was being a bit pithy and the message got a bit ...

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For whom the bell tolls

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I am seeing more CEOs vocalizing publicly the decision that their company and employees (and therefore their money) ...

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