I Am Leaving But My Passion Remains

It is appreciated that my team support me in the past few months. But finally the day comes on May 21. I am leaving Microsoft and will move on to new challenges and opportunities. I love Microsoft. Here I learned more about .NET CLR, ASP.NET and many others. Talking with customers every day is a…

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Why Microsoft Support Should Be Contacted In Many Scenarios

http://www.componentfactory.com/blog/2010/04/vs2010-is-working/ Since I subscribed to Phil’s blog after using his amazing Krypton Toolkit free controls, I could not avoid his recent posts on VS2010 failures on his machine. He, as a good .NET component vendor, fired a bug report to our Microsoft Connect portal. But I suggested he contact Microsoft support immediately. Why? *Uniqueness* He…

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NDepend Crash On Windows x64 (Resolved)

NDepend is a nice tool to analyze .NET codebase. I use its open source/trial edition for several projects. It was yesterday that I noticed its latest version crashed on Windows Server 2008 R2 (x64 only). As I have learned about debugging with WinDBG, I attached the debugger onto the process and started my little research….

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IIS Worker Process Performance Monitoring Tips

(For IIS 6 and above) Scenario 1: Performance Monitor (Perfmon) has been part of Windows for a long time, but if you have many application pools and only one of them experience high CPU or memory usage issue, how to use Perfmon to track its long term usage trend? Follow this article and ask perfmon…

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