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by Martin Jarvis
Diagnosing Tricky ASP.NET Production Issues with DebugDiag and winDbg
by Tarun_Arora
If you track your project tasks against work items, you would know the importance of Work Item History. This is one way for you to reflect on who did what and when, some organizations use it for auditing purposes as well. Using the WorkItemStore service it is possible to get the work item revisio
by Sandeep Kumar Seeram
Undiscovered five best ways to market your software solution.
by Ashton Kemerling
Hero mode will burn out your heroes, and make it almost impossible to use the majority of your dev team.

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by Gordon W Beeming
In my last post (Introduction to DotNet Pretty) I mentioned that I would be added more visualizers to DotNet Pretty soon . Today I finally managed to get around to that and added some visualizers for TFS Work Items. 3 new visualizers were added 2 debugger display visualizers and 1 debugger visualize
by Gautham Prabhu K
As a software developer we will have to deal with performance issues at some or other point in our software development. I am listing out some of the most common assumption and mistakes made by developers when dealing with performance issues.
by Kevin Mack
Ok, so this update is going to be a short one, mainly cause I am in the process of researching for a longer blog post on Microsoft Azure, and a process article on implementing scrum into a young development team. But those are topics for future articles, and will be released shortly, but I wanted to
by CatchExAs
Over the last few days I’ve been messing around with Montecarlo algos and distributed processing. It’s struck me that despite many attempts at parallelising on a single computer in .NET I still can’t easily beat the performance of native C. So if I want to do better then I should s


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