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Debugging Strategies for .NET Developers

Darin Dillon


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About the Author

Darin Dillon has worked as an engineer and a development manager for a number of enterprise software companies, including Microsoft, Intel, and his current company, NetIQ. During his professional career he has developed with a range of programming platforms, although he now focuses mainly on C#, VB .NET, and the .NET platform. He holds a master's degree in computer science from Rice University.

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