Category Archives: .NET

C# 7.0 – Tuples Re-Engineered

Tuples have been around for quite sometime as a convenient way of returning more than one value from a method. Even though Tuples were quite easy to use but from code-readability perspective, there were certainly room for improvement. In C# 7.0, team … Continue reading

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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.

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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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Debugging Tip – Instantiate objects without stopping Debugging Session

My tip regarding instantiating objects without stopping debugging session has been published at codeproject. You can find it here. Until next, happy debugging.

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Debugging Tip – Modify Variable values without leaving Debugging Session

My debugging tip related to modifying variable values without leaving your debugging session publised at codeproject. You can find it here. Until next, happy debugging.

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Debugging Multi-threaded applications – Tip 5 of n

Fifth part of this tip published on codeproject. You can find it here. This tip is about filtering threads from a particular assembly. Until next, happy debugging.

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Debugging Multi-threaded applications – Tip 4 of n

Fourth part of multi-threaded debugging tips published on codeproject. This one is about effective way of switching between filtered threads. You can find this tip here. Until next, happy debugging.

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