Monthly Archives: September 2012

Debugging Multi-threaded applications – Tip 6 of n

I published one more tip on codeproject. This tip is about figuring out what threads are waiting for a particular lock to be release in windbg. You can find it here. Until next, happy debugging. Advertisements

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My upcoming talks for Ottawa .NET Community

I will be doing two talks for Ottawa .NET Community.  One of talk is about why hackers like debuggers. You can find about it here. Other session will be about troubleshooting performance problems using PerfView. You can its details here. Mark … Continue reading

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To POCO or to DTO

When creating an Enterprise layered architecture, I always find the discussion about To POCO or To DTO quite interesting. Each of these serve a specific purpose, however, there is a lot of confusions & misconceptions about differentiating between these.  Stackoverflow, MS … Continue reading

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Best Programming Advice Series @ InformIt

As a programmer I am always interested in getting advices from other programmers whether its about processes, improving my skill set, new languages/frameworks, technology trends. There are so many various ways of getting it. Whether its stackoverflow, MS forum, local … Continue reading

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