What post are you known for?

Charminar, Hyderabad

I was just listening to Scot Hanselman’s podcast where he interviews Joel. They talk about how most bloggers get known for one post. E.g. Joel is known for “The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets (No Excuses!)”.

Now obviously I’m not a famous blogger and I’m not known for any post but the fact that my most read post is “How many (.NET) types are loaded for Hello World” makes me feel a bit weird. IMO that is one of the least useful posts I’ve ever written.

Comments (3)
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  2. Karthikeyan says:


    Today I had to listen to your class on the "under the hood Garbage Collection". It was great. I had a  question on what tool would you suggest for identifying memory leaks in .Net for Windows CE 6.0.



  3. Karthikeyan you should look into both CLRProfiler and Remote Performance monitor

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