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Its been a while since I posted something in this blog.I've been dealing with a memory leak issue for the past week so I thought about sharing the experience I gained with you.First of all, when it comes to memory management in .NET some people think that it shouldn't be trusted so GC.Collect is triggered everywhere they think it will help lowering ......

It is no big news that whatever the architecture you plan and implement, soon or later you'll start to see some code "bad smells". In the early phase of implementation you might do some team training and explain how your developer team should write code using the planned architecture and design (patterns). Despite this effort, you cannot expect people ......

It seems that Microsoft has made available a runtime update for the .Net Framework 4.0 that allows a developer to create State Machine Workflows (event-driven workflows). This is great news for everyone that had this feature available back in WF3. They are also providing support for usage of SQL Workflow Instance Store together with SQL Azure. LInks: ......

Recently I've found that one of our Hotfix Branches was taking a long time to compile (15min or more). This was strange because our main development branch was OK and compiling the same Visual Studio solution in under 3 minutes. The only difference was that in the hotfix branch we still had the project in .NET 2.0. I saw right away that ResGen.exe (Resource ......

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