Happy with .NET CF 2.0 SP2

http://www.satter.org/2007/03/thank_god_for_c.html

I am always happy to see positive feedback from the releases that we do. I am glad that we were able to productize and get out such a useful tool -- even though it took us longer than expected

See Steven's article on using this sweet tool:

http://blogs.msdn.com/stevenpr/archive/2007/03/08/finding-managed-memory-leaks-using-the-net-cf-remote-performance-monitor.aspx

And don't worry. We are working on more tools to diagnose performance (speed and memory) issues in your applications for .NET CF 3.5.

Scott.

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