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April, 2007

If broken it is, fix it you should


Hi, I’m Tess! I enjoy writing code, debating dev and architecture patterns, designing user interfaces and user experiences, debugging things down to the metal, and playing with tech gadgets. But most of all I enjoy sharing what I learn and inspiring people. Lucky for me that also happens to be my job

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    WinDBG Scripts

    I see post-mortem debugging as: 39,5 % taking memory dumps at the right time 20,5 % running the same ol' commands over and over 31 % jumping to conclusions based on experience and proving the theory, and... 9 % pure luck, i.e. you happen to...
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    Swedish .NET Debugging PodCast

    I know most of you probably don't know Swedish, but for those of you who do, here is a link to a podcast where Dag König is interviewing me about .NET issues and debugging. Laters, Tess
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    .NET Garbage Collector PopQuiz - Followup

    It was really exciting to see that so many people answered the .NET GC PopQuiz , especially seeing that so many had great answers. Perhaps the questions were too easy:) The reason I posted the pop quiz in the first place is that, as opposed to Phil...
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    .NET Garbage Collection PopQuiz

    Time for a little pop-quiz/potential interview questions to get some action going in the comments section... Feel free to answer any or all of the below questions, I'll follow up with a post later if all of them are not answered... 1. How many...
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    Things to ignore when debugging an ASP.NET Hang - Update for .NET 2.0

    I often get questions like "what is this thread doing?". A lot of the time it is about threads that are essential to the process but completely unrelated to the problem at hand. A while back, in the beginnings of this blog, I wrote a post about what...
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