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GC.NUG will be hosting Greg Young this month as our featured speaker. Some of you know who he is from the Code Camp last month. This month Greg will be speaking about Advanced Debugging.

"Advanced Developers never create bugs in their code, but they are frequently called upon to find and squash the bugs that mysteriously work their way into code due to "environmental issues". We start with how to set up an enterprise environment to enable us to be more efficient in combating problems and then we delve deep into VS.NET and SOS learning strategies to combat even the ugliest heisenbugs including memory and locking problems."

Greg Young is an independent contractor hailing from Atlanta. He has spent the past decade working in extremely varied development environments ranging from VMS mainframes to embedded systems which often gives him a very unique perspective on technology.

In his free time, you can often find Greg either in the MS forums or on where he runs the C# and .NET topic areas.

Greg is a Microsoft C# MVP. Offline Greg enjoys nearly anything involving the outdoors.

Location of Meetings: Starts at 6PM - Blackbaud, on Daniel's Island, South Carolina. Check out this link to find out how to get there. Directions to the meeting

Posted on Monday, October 9, 2006 5:33 PM GC.NUG | Back to top

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