It's been a while since the last post was online. We have been very busy in working on one of the very fun and important features for our WPF 4 release, and I will post more details about the feature later.
While taking short breaks, I've noticed a few blog posts about finding managed memory leaks in WPF as well as Silverlight applications, some have very detailed steps for locating and debugging the memory leaks, some also introduced samples and tools, I found them quite useful and interesting:
Techniques and Tools:
Other useful resources: