Over here on the IE team we take leaks seriously. Extremely seriously. This is contrary to the popular opinion, but I'll let you make your own informed decisions. My new posting on MSDN is specifically designed to help you identify and fix several patterns of leaks. These range from your basic circular reference to your more complex (and more popular) closure based leak. Hopefully this new material can help you identify and exterminate all of the leaks in your code. If you have questions about the article feel free to post here or over on the IE team blog and I'll try to respond to any non-flaming responses ;-)
MSDN: Leak Patterns in IE
Wow, 7 months since my last post! Well, there is definitely a good reason for the lengthy delays. Back in February a became a full-time member of the Internet Explorer team starting work on IE7 and continuing support for previous versions of the browser. Needless to say, joining any team of this size there is a lot of information to consume before you can start making decent contribution so all of my free time has been spent brining myself up to speed. Hopefully I'll be able to leverage some of this knowledge and focus some postings on web development and scripting, in addition to my previous topics.
This is still my personal blog where I'll be posting about all of the interesting things that I'm working on or feel like talking about, so try to keep the browser flames to a minimum. For obvious reasons there will be comments that I won't be able to respond so if you don't hear back from me, I'm probably ignoring you, but in a good way.
Well, good to be back, make sure you stick around and look for further posts.