• Akhune's WebLog

    Change of pace and country!

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    After a brief stint in India Development Center, Hyderabad I am back in the US. I am currently a senior developer in the newly announced Microsoft Response Point product. Microsoft Response Point is an IP-PBX product aimed at small businesses built with...
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    Visual Studio 2005 Device Emulator and Internet Connectivity

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    Device Emulator and Internet Connectivity With the release of Visual Studio 2005, I have seen some confusion over how to connect the Device Emulator to the Internet. This post is an attempt to clear some of this confusion. Feedback welcome. Connectivity...
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    (Non-Technical) Biscuits and milk

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    Thanks to a nudge from Sriram I have started blogging again. The idea was also planted by a good friend of mine, Rajnish, several months back. There are a lot of things that have changed in the past year that I am not sure where to begin. The biggest...
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    Analyzing Common CLR Performance Problems

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    How To Use This document This document is intended to help you diagnose common CLR performance issues. Over the years we have seen a wide variety of CLR performance issues from our customers. This document tries to classify these issues in broad categories...
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    A *MUST* read for .Net Performance and Scalability issues

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    http://msdn.microsoft.com/perf Download the book for free as PDF or read individual chapters online!
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    Analyzing Common CLR Performance Problems

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    How To Use This document This document is intended to help you diagnose common CLR performance issues. Over the years we have seen a wide variety of CLR performance issues from our customers. This document tries to classify these issues in broad categories...
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    Hello World

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    Quick Introduction: My name is Abhiram Khune. People usually call me Abhi. I am the lead developer in the CLR Performance Team. We investigate and fix performance issues and regressions, help customers with performance design and investigation, write...
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