Here Jason Zander continues his tour through the CLR team's offices.
Do you know how hard it is walking backward while trying to aim a camcorder properly?
What is that that
Kit George is working on (he's a program manager on the
BCL team)? Hey, who said working on the CLR team is all work…
For eighteen years at Microsoft,
Rico Mariani’s contagious enthusiasm for technology has inspired countless others to write better and faster code. Most people inside Microsoft know this software architect from his frequent postings on the internal performance tuning alias, and other people
Patrick Dussud is a Technical Fellow at Microsoft who is the author of .NET's garbage collector (GC) - the automatic memory management
infrastructure that makes up most of what is managed in managed code execution. How does GC, work, generally? Why is it important? The GC inside of the…
Christopher Brumme is an architect on .NET's Common Language Runtime, aka CLR, team.
His weblog is famous for 11,000 word highly technical posts. That makes sense. The .NET CLR is at the center of Microsoft's future platform strategy. He tells us he'll get to his weblog again sometime, but he's…
.NET compatibility is a big issue. Will your 2.0 apps work on 1.1 runtimes? Or, will your 1.1 apps work on the new 2.0 runtimes? What about apps hosted inside Outlook?
Jesse Kaplan, program manager on the .NET CLR team, covers all these application compatibility issues and more. At about…
Microsoft is developing a number of technologies to simplify the expression of parallelism in code. An example of this work is Parallel Extensions for the .NET Framework (PFX), a managed programming model for data parallelism, task parallelism, scheduling,
and coordination on parallel hardware.…
Maoni Stephens is the lead developer of the CLR's garbage collector (as you can imagine, she's a native(C/C++) developer). Here, she tells us about background GC for server-side .NET applications and services and also touches on improvements in large heap management, generally in the next…
Defrag ToolsApr 15, 2013 at 10:24 AM3
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In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards, Maoni Stephens and Larry Larsen continue walking you through the CLR Garbage Collector - specifically PerfView. Maoni is the Principal developer for the GC on the CLR team. Resources:Maoni's WebLogPerfView (Download)Channel 9 - PerfView Tutorial - by…
New sessions have just been announced for
MIX09. Some of the ones I find most interesting are:
Building Microsoft Silverlight Applications with Eclipse Come learn about plug-in support in Silverlight 2, and how to build a typical Silverlight-based application using the Silverlight tools for…
Defrag ToolsApr 08, 2013 at 11:49 AM1
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In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards, Maoni Stephens and Larry Larsen continue walking you through the CLR Garbage Collector. Maoni is the Principal developer for the GC on the CLR team. Resources:Maoni's WebLogChannel9 - CLR 4 Garbage Collector - Inside Background GCChannel9 - CLR 4.5:…