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Manual memory management in .NET Framework
During the meeting I will show how to allocate memory directly by hand using TypedReferences. We will see that it is possible to allocate reference type on a stack, how to implement List faster than default implementation provided by .NET Framework, how to implement custom memory allocator (with any fragmentation strategy we like), and finally, how to hack new operator provided by the platform. We will see memory dumps with WinDBG, emit IL code dynamically, and generate direct machine code for x86 in runtime. Speaker Adam Furmanek I am Adam Furmanek and I recently moved to Seattle from Europe. I have been working as a .NET developer for 5 years and right now I am at Amazon working with Scala and Spark. I am always interested in digging deeper, exploring machine code and going through implementation details. In my free time I play ping-pong, watch Woody Allen's movies and blog stuff at http://blog.adamfurmanek.pl Agenda 6:30pm - Doors open / Food by AIM Consulting / Networking 7:00pm - News and announcements 7:10pm - Presentation 8:30pm - Wrapped Up RSVP Due to space considerations, we ask that if you have RSVP'd and you have decided not to come that you please update your RSVP accordingly so that someone else can attend in your stead. When you arrive Due to security considerations you will need to come to the security station on the 1st floor between 6:30-7PM. A Parametric representative will be by the bench at the back of the lobby and will shuttle you to the 30th floor from there. Unfortunately, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to escort you to the event after 7PM. Please arrive before 7PM. Parking The building parking garage locks at 7PM. We encourage you to find parking on the street, in an outside lot, or use alternative transportation.

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