If broken it is, fix it you should

Using the powers of the debugger to solve the problems of the world - and a bag of chips    by Tess Ferrandez, ASP.NET Escalation Engineer (Microsoft)

It's been a while

It's been a while

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Hi All,

It has been a while since my last post, I've been visiting with my friends in my old hometown of Charlotte, NC. And then I've been down with the flu for a while, but I have some posts lined up so I'll be writing up some new scenarios in the next few days.

Until then,


  • I certainly enjoy your post and look forward to reading more.  Hope you feel better soon.

  • I agree hope you feel well soon and looking forward to more posts.

    Most of my debugging is in VS.NET but learning from your blog is giving me courage to spelunk a little deeper.

    Hope you had fun in Charlotte, my brother and Dad live there.

    Greets from Tennesee!

  • Wahoo!  Greetings from a fellow Charlottean (well, I actually still live here).  Nice MS campus here, pulled an a- round there a while back (and have been dying to get back in ever since).  Hope you had fun!
  • great!!! Hope we can see your post as soon as quickly!
  • Thanks all for the get well wishes:) almost over the flu so should be posting soon...

    Always makes me soo happy when i hear that people are getting more into debugging with windbg, my mission here is complete:)

    And yeah, the MS-campus in CLT is great, hope you get another stint there  
  • Hi Tess!   Feel better, you should...  Can't wait for your next post!  **so much good info** Glad to hear you're in CLT...  maybe back in the old department???  -- From your #1 fan in Rhode Island (hope you know who this is)
  • Long time no talk:) of course I know who you are:)  hope you're doing good up there...  

    Not really back in the old department, just visiting:) although it feels like i never left, 2.5 years and even the coffee guy stayed the same...

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