As far as i understand turning off a MOSFET too fast, is bad, as high drain-source dv/dt can cause ringing through:
a) biasing Parasitic NPN and:
b) charging the GS capacitor through DG capacitor, and thus turning on the MOSFET.
1- is my understanding correct?
2- if yes, then it won't be an issue in the circuit below, which uses a diode to turn off the MOSFET as fast as possible?
3- is that diode even necessary, considering there is only one low side MOSFET, thus no chance of shoot-through?