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by Dennis C. Dietrich
Clarifying how the .NET GC identifies objects to collect once and for all... hopefully...
by Ben Hall (failingfast.io)
An under-utilised setting that can offer substantial performance gains
by Vassili Kravtchenko-Berejnoi
Use of System.WeakReference for self-cleanable registration of (short-life) objects
by Nicolas DESCARTES
How to implement a simple garbage collector in C#?

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by Nicolas DESCARTES
How to implement a simple garbage collector in C#?
by Mark Pelf
Discussion about problems with Garbage Collector and possible alternative solutions
by Vassili Kravtchenko-Berejnoi
Use of System.WeakReference for self-cleanable registration of (short-life) objects
by Ben Hall (failingfast.io)
An under-utilised setting that can offer substantial performance gains

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Garbage collection 

9 Aug 2013 by Dennis C. Dietrich
Clarifying how the .NET GC identifies objects to collect once and for all... hopefully...
30 Jan 2024 by Nicolas DESCARTES
How to implement a simple garbage collector in C#?
11 Jul 2017 by Doug Duerner, Yeon-Chang Wang
In this article we explored a theory; would it be better to not utilize a heap construct when dealing with very large objects in .NET, in order to avoid Large Object Heap (LOH) fragmentation?
26 Apr 2022 by Mark Pelf
Discussion about problems with Garbage Collector and possible alternative solutions
19 Aug 2018 by Ben Hall (failingfast.io)
This article is super-simplified, look at .NET garbage collection, with loads of intentional technical omissions. It aims to provide a baseline level of understanding that a typical C# developer realistically needs for their day-to-day work.