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I work as a developer on the Common Language Runtime (CLR) team, specifically in the areas of exception handling and CLR hosting.

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Inside and Out... An attempt to understand technology better...
Way back in 2002, I was tinkering around to understand .NET FX better (I still do that...) and one of the things I wanted to understand better was how the ThreadPool is worked upon by the FX. The closest source to do the same was Rotor v1.0 and thats precisely what I worked upon. The result was an article I wrote then that discusses how the threadPool is maintained by Rotor (which is almost ditto in concept to how the commercial FX does). If you are interested, you can read it at:

Thought this maybe useful to someone out there :)
Posted on Wednesday, January 5, 2005 3:31 PM .NET Framework V1.X | Back to top

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