CLR Architect Vance Morrison has been very busy working on the future of the CLR, especially as it relates to execution performance and the type system. Some of his latest work is present in the upcoming 4th version of the virtual machine that powers all
things .NET, CLR 4, which ships with Visual…
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:…
Principal Architect Raja Krishnaswamy, Program Manager Jesse Kaplan and team have created a new way to streamline and simplfiy PIA-based COM Interop: rather than including an entire PIA (Primary Interop Assembly) in your application to utilize the functionality
of a few of its member…
Immo Landwerth is a self-confessed Niner who spends a fair amount of time lurking on C9 and watching videos. In fact, he decided to apply for an internship at Microsoft this past Summer because of the videos on C9. Wow. That's cool!
Immo is from Germany where he is working on his Masters degree in…
"Show us the architecture of .NET on the whiteboard," is what we asked Jason Zander and that started out an interesting discussion of what .NET is.
That led into a discussion of .NET's garbage collector and determinalistic finalization that developers will find interesting (Charles…
Defrag ToolsMar 25, 2013 at 3:07 PM9
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In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards, Maoni Stephens and Larry Larsen walk 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: Maoni…
Ian Carmichael has been working on the CLR team since before Microsoft came up with the .NET branding for our managed platform and the virtual machine that powers it all, the Common Language Runtime. Well, we're getting close to the third major release
of the CLR, CLR 4 (V3 was really a…
Our tech guru, Charles Torre, takes us over to meet Kit George and the rest of the .NET CLR BCL team.
Don't know what that is? Well, it's the class library that all .NET applications use. We start out with an interview with Kit about what the team is working on.
Developers Thomas Lai and David Broman join Program Manager Jon Langdon to share with us some of the new debugging and profiling enhancements in CLR 4. They've done a lot work in the upcoming release and besides evolving debugging and profilining capabilities
and semantics (APIs),…