Since version 4.0, the .NET Framework has included an in-memory cache in the form of the class System.Runtime.Caching.MemoryCache. The MemoryCache provides a simple API to cache any data during the runtime of the application in the form of key-value pairs.
Few days ago, Microsoft announced the Preview 7 of the upcoming .NET Core Version 3.0 Runtime. You can download the preview bits under this link and install the Preview SDK for your envrionment.
This post gives you a simple summary of the most needed WinDbg commands for .NET. The most of the examples are heavily inspired by Konrad Kokosa’s excellent book Pro .NET Memory Management.