A deep dive into the weird tricks used by the .NET allocator to align arrays of doubles.
A surprising error occuring when using C# 7.3 with partial trust.
Digging into a bug in the .NET ARM64 runtime, learning about dispatch stubs, and using that knowledge to diagnose a NullReferenceException.
This is the second part of an investigation where I tried to understand why an application was randomly crashing with an
AccessViolationException. This part starts when, as I ran out of easy things to try, I decided to map the assembly code of the
IsLockHeld method to the original C++ code to understand exactly where it crashed.
Investigating a crash in a .NET application, caused by an AccessViolationException when inspecting the state of a lock.
In this series of article, we’re retracing how I debugged an InvalidProgramException, caused by a bug in the Datadog profiler, from a memory dump sent by a customer. In this part, we extract the dynamic IL from the memory dump.