Microsoft.com Engineering Operations TechCenter NEW on TechNet.Microsoft.com

The Microsoft.com Operations Team is pleased to announce the launch of our new Microsoft.com Engineering Operations TechCenter. This site ids designed with the ITPro/Systems Engineer in mind. We get to work on some cutting edge technologies and our goal is to share our experiences, best practices, and findings with the ITPro/Systems Engineering community. Take a…

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IIS7.0 Lessons Learned In MSCOM Production Environment - On Demand Webcast

MSCOM has been running IIS7.0 in production since June 12, 2007. On November 27 we did a webcast entitled: How Microsoft IT Is Providing an Improved Web and Applications Platform with Internet Information Services 7.0 in Windows Server 2008 In case you missed this live event we would like to invite you to use the…

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MSCOM At TedchEd 2007 in Orlando...On Demand Viewing of Breakout Session

If you were unabel to make it to Orlando and were jsut dying to catch the MSCOM Operations Presentation Microsoft.com: Employing Windows Server 2008 and Internet Information Services 7 As A Next Generation Platform for SaaS Web Applications, here is another chance for you to view this session. As the abstract states:   Get the latest…

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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 of these are simple notepad…

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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 (ETW) enables you to extract…

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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 Debugger Logs that capture…

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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 work with release builds too?Answered: These techniques…

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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: Is this built into Visual Studio…

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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 performance of an app even though…

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March Debug Madness On-Demand Webcast Links

 Here are the links to watch these webcasts on-demand: 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…

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