There’s a bug in 32-bit .NET 2.0 where assemblies are loaded twice, wasting valuable address space.
Is C++ coming back to a warm welcome from Microsoft?
How can you tell if your code is being called from within DllMain? You could use an undocumented function from ntdll.dll.
Interop assemblies containing certain constructs will cause a BadImageFormatException in .NET 4.0
Heap allocation stack traces are useless when using certain versions of the MSVC runtime. Is it possible to modify and rebuild MSVCR80 to avoid this?
Where’s my window gone? I’m sure I left it around here somewhere…
What F# language and syntax features are required to implement a fundamentally object-oriented WPF custom control?
Thinking of adding some code to your DLLs DllMain function? STOP!
A FormatException is generated by the WPF DataBinding diagnostics if the original exception text contains curly brackets.