More blogging goodness from C# IDE QA


I'm very happy to announce that two of my team members have started blogging.

Eric Maino (http://blogs.msdn.com/eric) is our infrastructure expert and, as Charlie puts it quite correctly, one of QA's finest engineers. Also, Eric has a misfortune of having been appointed as my own personal dedicated mentor, which means he answers all sorts of lame questions I come up with and otherwise helps me to ramp up as a new Microsoftie. He's doing a terrific job. If you remember Mr. Wolfe from Pulp Fiction, he is the guy who solves problems quickly and effectively whenever you're in despair 🙂

Daniel Rathbone (http://blogs.msdn.com/rathblog) is another great peer of mine on the team, known for organized way of thinking and working. Besides organizing information around himself, Dan also organizes the Weekly-Friday-4:30-PM-Visual-Studio-Languages-Drink-Of-The-Week, where the Managed Languages folk gets to taste various kinds of alcohol from all around the planet. And no, we don't write production code after or during Drink of the Week.

 

P.S. When you read Eric's post about Disposing your Finalizers, I want you all to know, that I was the one who wrote the bad code. There, I admit it. Poor Eric spent a lot of time debugging before he found the problem that I caused.

 

I will understand, learn and use the Dispose pattern correctly.

I will understand, learn and use the Dispose pattern correctly.

I will understand, learn and use the Dispose pattern correctly.

I will understand, learn and use the Dispose pattern correctly.

I will understand, learn and use the Dispose pattern correctly.

I will understand, learn and use the Dispose pattern correctly.

I will understand, learn and use the Dispose pattern correctly.

I will understand, learn and use the Dispose pattern correctly.

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