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  • Blog Post: BLOG CHAT RECAP: SQL Injection

    We had a good chat on Friday and I think we got most, if not all, of the questions answered in regards to SQL Injection. For those of you that missed the chat, check out the transcript here . If there is anything that we missed, please feel free to let me know. Hope that everyone enjoyed the chat...
  • Blog Post: BLOG CHAT: SQL Injection – Today

    Just a quick reminder that our blog chat on SQL Injection is today at 2:00 PM EST or 11:00 AM PST.  Hope to see everyone there.  You can get to the chat here: MSDN Online Chat Or you can add the Outlook reminder: Add to Calendar Look forward to talking to everyone.
  • Blog Post: BLOG CHAT: SQL Injection

    So finally all the details have been worked out.  We are going to have this chat on Friday July 18th.  At 2:00 PM EST.  That is 11:00 AM PST. Shortly I will have a link where you can add a reminder to your calendar about this chat.  It will be handled a little different from the last...
  • Blog Post: Blog Chat: What would you like to talk about?

    I am thinking of having another chat in the coming weeks and wanted to see if there were any topics that you really wanted to talk about.  We seemed to get a lot of discussion going around SQL Injection so I thought that may be a good topic.  Are there any other suggestions?  I would like...
  • Blog Post: Chat Question: Why do we see an exception on the heap, but it isn’t on a stack?

    So there is a common issue that people run across when they start trying to debug managed code.  How does the heap compare to the current threads that are running? For example, here is an exception that we have found in the managed heap running !dumpheap –stat : But if we try to search for this...
  • Blog Post: Chat Question: What extension to use in what situation

    So we have a bunch of debugger extensions that we need to use depending on the situation.  So here are the extensions that can depend on various situations and when to use which.  The first thing to decide is to load the right DLL for the Framework version and Process version: Extension Process...
  • Blog Post: Chat Question: Memory Limits for 32-bit and 64-bit processes

    During our recent blog chat, there were a number of topics that were asked about and I am going to expand on some of them.  The first one is the memory limits for different processes. This really depends on a few different things.  The architecture of the process (32-bit or 64-bit) and also...
  • Blog Post: RECAP: ASP.NET Blog Chat

    Thanks to everyone that attended the chat we had today on Tess and my pages.  I think it went really well and we are going to continue these in the future and hopefully get to some more topics. I just wanted to let everyone know that we are going to be posting more information about the topics that...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET Blog Chat

    Welcome to the first blog chat for ASP.NET Debugging.  I hope you enjoy this and please let me know your comments on the experience.  I am planning on posting a recap of the conversation (or question and answers) after we are done to the blog so that others can see what was discussed. ...
  • Blog Post: Blog chat on Wednesday about ASP.NET and Debugging

    This coming Wednesday, April 2nd, Tess and I am going to be co-hosting a chat in our blogs.  For this first one, you will be able to ask any questions you may have around ASP.NET and Debugging.  We are going to be running the chat at 10:00 AM EST (Eastern Standard Time)/4:00 PM CET (Central...
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