• Daniel Pearson [MSFT]

    Off to Perth

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    I'll be in Perth shortly after Tech Ed presenting to the Perth Infrastructure Group , oink, oink! I'll be delivering the Windows Debugging Demystified session that I've presented previously in Sydney, Brisbane and Canberra. If you're around on the 16th...
  • Daniel Pearson [MSFT]

    Attending Tech Ed on the Gold Coast

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    So Rocky and Chuck have managed to organize a few spots at Tech Ed so I can share the joys of debugging with the world. If you're there then swing by my sessions on Thursday and Friday. I'll also be around for the Ask The Experts sessions on Wednesday...
  • Daniel Pearson [MSFT]

    On the road again

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    I'll be in Canberra next month presenting to the Canberra Windows User Group . I'll be delivering the Windows Debugging Demystified session that I've presented previously in Sydney and Brisbane. If you're around on the 12th of June then feel free to attend...
  • Daniel Pearson [MSFT]

    Debugging Tools for Windows Updated

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    It's been a while since our last update but the latest version, 6.7.5.0, of the Debugging Tools for Windows is now available for download from microsoft.com. There's a ton of new features and improvements so get clicking! New Features Add...
  • Daniel Pearson [MSFT]

    Windows Debugging Demystified

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    I'll be presenting a session on Windows debugging to the Brisbane Infrastructure Group on Tuesday, 1st May in Brisbane. The focus of the talk will be on bugchecks and the why, how and what to do about them. I've attached the PowerPoint slides I'll be...
  • Daniel Pearson [MSFT]

    What error?

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    A large percentage of Windows APIs return zero to indicate success and non-zero for failure. Most of the MSDN documentation for each API included with the operating system contains a Return Value section. The Return Value section documents what return...
  • Daniel Pearson [MSFT]

    You and I, Watson, we have done our part

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    On his site, Raymond Chen discussed earlier the origins of Dr. Watson. In fact the original name for the tool wasn't Dr. Watson at all, it was Sherlock. This can still be seen in the 16-bit version of the application. There's three pieces of evidence...
  • Daniel Pearson [MSFT]

    Narrowing down CPU usage

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    Accounting for CPU usage isn't always a straight forward task. One of the easiest methods is to use Task Manager. Task Manager provides a CPU column which breaks down each processes CPU usage into a percentage. Clicking on the CPU column header will sort...
  • Daniel Pearson [MSFT]

    We're hiring!

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    We currently have two positions available for support engineers in our Global Technical Support Center based in Sydney. Both are in the Platforms team which covers Windows technologies. We're looking for candidates with strong Active Directory or networking...
  • Daniel Pearson [MSFT]

    Testing ... one, one, zero, zero, zero, zero

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    My name is Daniel Pearson and I'm a Lead in support for Windows. I spend most of my day with my head either in a debugger or reading through code. I'm a huge fan of using debuggers to troubleshoot and I enjoy using them to resolve complicated issues....
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