Archive for January, 2008

.NET Tips: Debug

back to content INFO: “gc_heap::allocate_more_space” triggers a GC. >> “gc_thread_stub” which is the first function called on the GC threads. >>CPU utilization was listed under threadpool and stored in a variable by the framework, because it is one of the factors that determine whether or not we will be creating new threads >>The CPU utilization […]

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MS bloggers in Australia

There is a list of bloggers from Australia MS http://blogs.gotdotnet.com/acoat/archive/2008/01/22/want-to-stay-connected-to-the-aussie-dpe-team.aspx

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“Professional Presentation” course at AIM (Australian Institute of Management)

Today I”ve completed my 2 days learning course in AIM regarding professional presentation. Can”t tell that it was really useful for me. Maybe because I”ve already delivered 2 presentations and my expectations from learning “professional” stuff  are overrated a bit. What I expected to see on this course are: different type of your behaviour depending […]

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Teddy Bear factor IS a “paradigm shift”

  “The significant problems we face cannot be solved at the same level of thinking we were at when we created them” (c) Albert Einstein Discussing the recent post about “Teddy Bear factor” with my mate Basil, I realized that Teddy Bear factor reflects the Einstein idea. We need the “paradigm shift” to solve our […]

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Teddy Bear Factor

Try to remember how much time u”ve met the case when your are calling your colleague to look on issue you can”t solve, and asap the colleague comes it”s solving without his assistance :,,) Just because he had stayed next to, you found the solution I bet each of us meets this scenario one-two times […]

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