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Archive for May 10th, 2018

Nick Craver on Twitter: “GDPR Erasure is fun, because you are required to disassociate the fact it happened as well, or at least disassociate it from the person. So when a regulator audits you, how can you prove you did it? Yeah let’s just ignore those pesky details.”

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/10

GDPR is vague, so you bump into things like [WayBackNick Craver on Twitter: “GDPR Erasure is fun, because you are required to disassociate the fact it happened as well, or at least disassociate it from the person. So when a regulator audits you, how can you prove you did it? Yeah let’s just ignore those pesky details.”

This seems to be a viable solution: [WayBackAdam Surak on Twitter: “We’re removing everything and keeping hash of login/email… “

–jeroen

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fremag/MemoScope.Net: Dump and analyze .Net applications memory ( a gui for WinDbg and ClrMd )

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/10

It’s a great too, so I need to invest more time into using MemoScope.Net – Dump and analyze .Net applications memory ( a gui for WinDbg and ClrMd )

Way too manny features to describe here, so get that at the GitHub repository below.

  • Heap statistics
  • Query instances
  • Instance content and references
  • Compare dumps
  • Threads and stacks
  • Deadlocks
  • Delegates
  • Dump process memory

Source: [Archive.is/WayBackfremag/MemoScope.Net: Dump and analyze .Net applications memory ( a gui for WinDbg and ClrMd )

Via Matthijs ter Woord.

–jeroen

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Multi-threading in C#: Back to Basics (Part 1 of N) – CodeProject

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/10

Hopefully by now the ToC has gotten bigger at [WayBackMulti-threading in C#: Back to Basics (Part 1 of N) – CodeProject.

At the time of writing it was this:

–jeroen

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