Useful books for CLR Debugging and internals

Whenever I deliver a training course on on low level debugging of .NET there are a number of books I take a along for people to browse during the coffee breaks (should they feel that way inclined Smile ). These are books that I consider most useful for understanding how .NET works, rather than how to program applications in .NET.

Here is my current list:

Shared Source CLI Essentials

CLR via C#

Compiling for the .NET Common Language Runtime (CLR)

The Common Language Infrastructure Annotated Standard

Expert .NET 2.0 IL Assembler

Debugging .NET 2.0 Applications

Advanced .NET Debugging




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