Tag Archives: .net

Switching off worthless Code Analysis rules

This post is related to Microsoft’s Code Analysis tool for .Net projects aka FxCop. Code Analysis is a great tool that helps to keep code cleaner and avoid some common mistakes. However some rules produce CA errors much more often than … Continue reading

Book “Dependency Injection in .NET” by Mark Seemann

I have recently read the book “Dependency Injection in .NET” by Mark Seemann. It covers motivation for using of Dependency Injection, patterns & anti-patterns, challenges and their solutions. The book also touches on interesting theme of proper Dependency Injection with various … Continue reading

Book “CLR via C#” by Jeffrey Richter

A few days ago I’ve finished reading the book “CLR via C#” by Jeffrey Richter. It’s a very deep and useful book and I highly recommend it for reading to every .NET developer. The book describes internals of Common Language … Continue reading

WCF Refresher

I’ve just read the book Programming WCF Services by Juval Lowy and Michael Montgomery. It’s a thorough book that has a lot of detailed information on different aspects of WCF, like instance management, handing of the faults, transactions, concurrency management, … Continue reading

Analyzing memory consumption problem in application with mixed code

I have recently been asked to investigate the problem of high memory consumption by one of the backend services of our product. I cannot reveal the product and component names, their logic and especially the code, so I’ll call this … Continue reading