I’m presenting at Oredev in Malmo, Sweden Nov 13th-15th

Nov 13th-15th I will be presenting at Oredev in Malmö, Sweden.  Oredev is a tech conference and this year it looks really promising considering all the big names they have brought in to present.

I will be doing a presentation on Common issues in ASP.NET production environments.  It will basically be a presentation on things to avoid in order to not run into some of the most common hangs/perf issues, memory issues, crashes and exceptions and for good measure I am planning to throw in some windbg/sos stuff.

I have to say that I felt very humble when I looked at the program and saw who all was presenting.  From MS alone the following people were listed last time I checked...

Matt Gibbs (Principal Development Manager in UI Frameworks / ASP.NET and AJAX)
Stefan Wick (Senior Test Lead in Windows)
Joe Duffy (Senior Development Lead in Parallel FX)
Rustan Leino (Principal Researcher in Programming Languages)
Ron Jacobs (Architect Evangelist)
Erik Meijer (Principal Architect for Cloud)
Steven Pratschner (Senior Development Lead for .NET Compact Framework)

So if you are going to be in the neighborhood you might just want to check it out...

My presentation isn't completely set in stone yet, so if you are planning to attend and go to my session and you have some ideas about things you would like to hear about... let me know and depending on what it is I may encorporate it in the presentation...

Have fun,


Comments (4)
  1. Hi Tess,

    will the presentations be in english or swedish?

    I had swedish some 15 years back but I’m now not able to speak or understand.

    Do you know exactly on which of the three days you will be presenting?



  2. Tess says:

    Hi Volker,

    The presentations will be in English and I am presenting on Tuesday the 13th, between 15:20 and 16:10 to be exact…

    The program for the 13th can be found at:




  3. I would really love to attend your session.

    We had some pretty nasty production environment issues, and I’m still just getting started with WinDbg. So I hope to be there, we are based in Copenhagen, so not too far at all…

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