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MSCOM OPS March Debug Madness…4th Session Q & A Tackling Problems In Dynamic Assemblies
Thrusday’s topic was “ How to Tackle Problems In Dynamically Generated Assemblies ” presented by Khalil Nassar, a Sr. Systems Engineer on the MSCOM OPS Debugging Team. Here are your questions and Khalil’s answers. Asked: Do these techniques require the program to be a debug build or does it...
4 Apr 2006
MSCOM OPS March Debug Madness…2nd Session Q & A Debugging CLR Internals
Tuesday we jumped into “ Debugging CLR Internals ” (which is now avaiable on-demand) and presented by Jeff Stucky, the Systems Engineer Manager of the MSCOM OPS Debugging Team. The folks that attended asked some outstanding questions… 1. Asked: is the inclusion of a try catch block bad for the...
1 Apr 2006
How I Learned C#...Confessions of A New MSCOM Debug Team Member
//START What do the phrases, "The grass is greener!", "How long did that take?", and, "iiisshhh onnny matter of timmee duuudde, eeat teh red pil!", all have in common? They represent the general context of conversation over drinks at social gatherings or local bars where I share stories of a coding...
8 Mar 2006
MSCOM OPS March Debug Madness...3rd Session Companion Logs for "Diagnosing Memory Leaks In ASP.Net Apps" Webcast
Here is the Download Center link to the with the web logs that Jim Dobbin captured during his webcast Diagnosing Memory Leaks In ASP.Net Applications . These are great to have locally on hand if you plan to watch the webcast on-demand (see link above for on-demand location). These are the Console...
4 Apr 2006
MSCOM OPS March Debug Madness…3rd Session Q & A Dignosing Memory Leaks in ASP.NET Applications
Wednesday’s topic was “ Diagnosing Memory Leaks in ASP.NET Applications ” presented by Jim Dobbin, a Sr. Systems Engineer on the MSCOM OPS Debugging Team. As this week progressed we continued to be impressed by the level of the questions asked. Here are your questions and Jim’s answers. 1. Asked...
1 Apr 2006
March Debug Madness…Microsoft.com Debug WebCast Week, March 27-31, 2006
We are super excited to announce that we will again be partnering with TechNet on a week long series of Webcasts. Our webcast week that we held in November 2005 really fired up the debug team so they came up with the idea of digging in even deeper into real world debugging. MSCOM Ops has an awesome team...
1 Mar 2006
MSCOM WebCast Morphed Into PodCast…A Great Idea From A TechEd2006 Customer
While the Microsoft.com Operations team was in Boston two weeks ago presenting at TechEd2006, a customer came up to chat with us. He had a great idea. He said, “I really liked the webcasts that MSCOM has done. I only wish that I could get the audio from those webcasts in a format that I could listen...
27 Jun 2006
MSCOM OPS March Debug Madness…1st Webcast Session Q&A
Thanks to everyone that attended today’s first webcast of the week entitled “ Determining When You Have A Problem & Beginning the Initial Debugging” and presented by Jeffrey Johnson, a Sr. Systems Engineer on the MSCOM OPS Debugging Team. Don't forget to keep checking this blog as we will be...
28 Mar 2006
MSCOM OPS March Debug Madness…1st Session Webcast Commands and Scripts
Microsoft.com Operations: Real World Debugging ‑ Determining When You Have A Problem and Initial Debugging As promised here are the commands, scripts and the Console Debugger log file from Monday March 27 th MSCOM Ops webcast Here is the link available to download from the Microsoft Download Center...
29 Mar 2006
MSCOM OPS March Debug Madness…5th Session Q & A: Debugging Without the Debugger In IIS and ASP.NET
Friday’s topic “ Debugging Without the Debugger In IIS and ASP.NET ” presented by Chris St.Amand , a Sr. Systems Engineer on the MSCOM OPS Debugging Team, proved to be a very popular topic, and a strong ending to MSCOM Ops March Debug Madness webcast series. Chris showed how Event Tracing for Windows...
5 Apr 2006
MSCOM WebCast Week…Q & A (Part 5) Troubleshooting & Debugging Web Hosting Environments
The webcast series ended with a tag team presentation by Jeff Stucky , Jim Dobbin, Khalil Nassar and Jeffery Johnson; all members of Jeff Stucky ’s MSCOM Ops Debug team. This web cast was kicked of by Jeff Stucky who re-introduced the MSCOM enterprise environment. For those of you that were fortunate...
16 Nov 2005
MSCOM OPS March Debug Madness…5th Session Companion Demo Files: Debugging Without the Debugger In IIS and ASP.NET
As promised here are the demo batch from Friday March 31 webcast “ Debugging Without the Debugger In IIS and ASP.NET ” presented by Chris St.Amand . Here is the link available to download from the Microsoft Download Center. This download is a winzip file that contains the batch files. All...
5 Apr 2006
Many stories of the popular author Patrick McManus, contain references to a mysterious concoction, “Whatchagot Stew”. The recipe for this stew is summarized as being whatever people have on hand, tossed together and boiled for some period of time. The name being derived from how you start cooking it...
9 May 2006
A day (or two) in the life of an MSCOM Debug Engineer
Some days, it just doesn't pay to get out of bed. Unfortunately you never know if a given day is one of them until you have someone walk in with a "quick problem". Usually these interruptions are easily deflected with a simple "What is the problem you are having?" Hopefully the answer is "DNS" or "Active...
4 Apr 2007
March Debug Madness On-Demand Webcast Links
Here are the links to watch these webcasts on-demand: Monday March 27, 2006 TechNet 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...
29 Mar 2006
How to Get SQL to Accept the Cert or A day (or two) in the life of an MSCOM Debug Engineer – Part 2
(Mr. Cert’s side of the story) Some days, it just doesn't pay to get out of bed. Nevertheless the day described by Mr. Debug in A day (or two) in the life of an MSCOM Debug Engineer was not one of them for me. If you already had the chance to read his blog you already know the scoop. If not - click...
30 May 2007
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