Configuring the Diagnostics Port for dotnet monitor


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So I have been working on the dotnet-monitor tool team since inception and there is some really interesting underlying ...

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Cyberattacks as acts of war


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Just finished reading the Special Report: Ukraine - An overview of Russia’s cyberattack activity in Ukraine. The report ...

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More Diagnostic Analysis in Visual Studio


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One of the developer journeys I have focused on at Microsoft includes the diagnostics and debugging flow that typically ...

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Apropos of nothing


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After being brutalized by hurt and loss, the temptation is to treat others brutally in turn. We must resist and reject ...

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Large-scale social engineering


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Even as someone who is somewhat tech savvy I automatically think of hacking as an exercise in overcoming the technical ...

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Maximizing 1on1 time with your manager


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No one wants anymore meetings than are necessary, but if you do need them you should make them count. Squeeze every ...

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Recommended container limits for dotnet-monitor


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One of the recurring questions I get around the usage of dotnet-monitor is on the topic of recommended container ...

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Modernizing DasBlog - from Web Forms to .NET 6


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I am always talking about DasBlog! This time I joined my good friend James Montemagno (the new host of On .NET). We ...

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Using Power Automate to send tweets based on my RSS feed


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When I originally blogged about sending tweets based on my RSS feed I was vaguely annoyed by some of the limitations. I ...

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