I aim to fill this blog with original content as opposed to just aggregating links from other people, and Raymond Chen of all people is hardly in need of links from me, but in the unlikely event that anyone reading this has not seen them already, his recent articles about .NET garbage collection are too good to ignore:
- Everybody thinks about garbage collection the wrong way
- When does an object become available for garbage collection?
- Everybody thinks about CLR objects the wrong way (well not everybody)
- How do I get the reference count of a CLR object?
- How can I find all objects of a particular type?
- When do I need to use GC.KeepAlive?