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Five Myths about Managed Code

My name is Immo Landwerth and I was a Program Manager intern this year in the CLR team. In this blog post I am not going to showcase any of the fantastic features that will ship with .NET 4.0 – my colleagues in the CLR team know them much better and already did a fabulous job discussing them here, over there and on Channel 9. Instead I ...

Five Myths about Managed Code

My name is Immo Landwerth and I was a Program Manager intern this year in the CLR team. In this blog post I am not going to showcase any of the fantastic features that will ship with .NET 4.0 – my colleagues in the CLR team know them much better and already did a fabulous job discussing them here, over there and on Channel 9. Instead I ...

Five Myths about Managed Code

My name is Immo Landwerth and I was a Program Manager intern this year in the CLR team. In this blog post I am not going to showcase any of the fantastic features that will ship with .NET 4.0 – my colleagues in the CLR team know them much better and already did a fabulous job discussing them here, over there and on Channel 9. Instead I ...

CLR Inside Out – Profiling the .NET Garbage-Collected Heap

(image)   The new installment of the “CLR Inside Out” column in MSDN Magazine is now available on line.  This month we have an article from Subramanian Ramaswamy and Vance Morrison on Profiling the .NET Garbage-Collected Heap.  This article provides instructions on using the CLR Profiler for memory investigations ...