TOCS Event-Silicon Valley Campus - Carnegie Mellon University

TOCS Event

Speaker:

Mario Hewardt

Mario Hewardt
Microsoft Senior Premier Field Engineer

Date/Time:

October 9, 1:30 pm

Location:

Webcast:

CMUSV, Rm 118 [directions]

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Title: Advanced .NET Debugging
Abstract: Have you ever spent days or even weeks chasing down an elusive bug? If so, this talk is your answer. Join Mario Hewardt (author of Advanced Windows Debugging and Advanced .NET Debugging) who uncovers the secrets of Windows/CLR theory and demonstrates powerful and freely available tools such as Windbg that help you troubleshoot software related problems with rapid turnaround. In this introductory session, emphasis is placed on introducing Debugging Tools for Windows, a powerful and free debugger, and how it can be used to troubleshoot real bugs that engineers struggle with on a daily basis.
Speaker Bio: Mario Hewardt is the author of Advanced Windows Debugging and Advanced .NET Debugging. With over 14 years at Microsoft, he has worked with the development of Windows starting from Windows 98 up to Windows Vista. With the advent of cloud computing, Mario has worked in the SaaS arena and delivered the Asset Inventory Service as well as leading a team of developers building the core platform for the next generation Microsoft online management service – Windows Intune. Most recently, Mario works as a Microsoft Dedicated Developer Premier Field Engineer helping ensure that our customers build their solutions on the Microsoft stack in the most efficient and reliable way possible. Mario lives in Washington state with his wife, daughter and two dogs.