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Monday March 27, 2006TechNet Webcast: Microsoft.com Operations Introduces Real World Debugging: Determining When You Have a Problem and Beginning the Initial Debugging (Level 300)It is not always easy to know you have a problem, nor is it always easy to begin the debugging process. Join a senior systems engineer from the Microsoft.com Operations Debug team for an overview of monitoring and analysis tools, followed by a presentation of the initial steps of debugging. This webcast shows how to investigate cases of high CPU usage, determine which tools to use through the course of debugging issues, analyze event and log data to proactively find issues, and debug general exceptions in Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 applications.Presenter: Jeff Johnson, Sr. Systems Engineer, Microsoft Corporation
Tuesday March 28, 2006TechNet Webcast: Microsoft.com Operations Introduces Real World Debugging: Debugging CLR Internals (Level 300)Do you ever wonder what happens in garbage collection and exception handling that slows down the performance of your Web site? Join a senior systems engineer from the Microsoft.com Debug team to dig into the inner workings of these two critical pieces of the Common Language Runtime (CLR). See how they really affect performance on a site such as www.microsoft.com. In this webcast, learn some common tools for peering into their induced degradation on your application’s performance.Presenter: Jeff Stucky, Systems Engineer Manager, Microsoft CorporationJeff Stucky runs a team of engineers specializing in advanced troubleshooting and debugging for Microsoft.com Operations. He directs the technical escalation point for all of Microsoft.com engineering. Jeff has been with Microsoft since 1998 with prior experience as an engineer for a privately held aerospace firm.
Wednesday March 29, 2006TechNet Webcast: Microsoft.com Operations Introduces Real World Debugging: Diagnosing Memory Leaks in ASP.NET ApplicationsMemory leaks or excessive memory consumption can manifest themselves in many ways, from subtle performance degradation issues to full application failure. Join a senior systems engineer from the Microsoft.com Operations Debug team to get an in-depth, real-world look at how the team handles memory consumption problems whenever they arise. This webcast takes you through the process of investigating memory consumption issues with managed code and shows you how to effectively use the debugger tools and extensions to analyze memory usage. Arranged into three live debug sessions using actual applications that have experienced memory issues, we show you how these investigations are conducted.Presenter: Jim Dobbin, Sr. Systems Engineer, Microsoft Corporation
Thursday March 30, 2006TechNet Webcast: Microsoft.com Operations Introduces Real World Debugging: How to Tackle Problems in Dynamically Generated AssembliesJoin this webcast to get the inside scoop on how Microsoft.com senior systems engineers run through live debugging sessions that tackle dynamically generated assembly issues in a clustered Web site environment. We also feature an inside look at some poorly coded C# mistakes turned up by our experienced debuggers, including overuse of thread aborts and hunting down and resolving exceptions one by one.Presenter: Khalil Nassar, Sr. Systems Engineer, Microsoft CorporationKhalil Nassar is a senior systems engineer with the Microsoft.com Debug team. His main role is debugging failures that occur on data center machines that range from failing Web applications to failing kernel code. He has been involved in debug training both inside and outside Microsoft since 1995 by developing courses for beginner, intermediate, and advanced skill levels that touch on all disciplines of debugging.
Friday March 31, 2006TechNet Webcast: Microsoft.com Operations Introduces Real World Debugging: Debugging Without the Debugger in IIS and ASP.NET (Level 300)You can gain lot of valuable information about the state of the internet information services (IIS) and the applications running in its worker processes by using Event Tracing for Windows (ETW), which enables you to trace data without attaching a debugger. Join this webcast as we walk you through the tools needed to extract the data, common troubleshooting scenarios, and a summary of the performance data that can be extracted from these trace sessions. We conclude with an overview of some of the new tracing features coming in IIS7.Presenter: Chris St. Amand, Sr. Systems Engineer, Microsoft CorporationChris St. Amand is a senior systems engineer on the Microsoft.com Operations Debug team, specializing in user/kernel debugging and early product adoption. Chris started working on the Microsoft.com Operations team at Microsoft in 2000 as the lead systems engineer in various pursuits such as www.microsoft.com, msdn.microsoft.com, and windowsmedia.com.