- @freedomsupport Frustrating part is your support is not able to provide any timeline as to when issue will be resolved (2/2) 5 months ago
- @freedomsupport Seem like UR support quality has dropped 2 ground since move from #WindMobile. I am not able to make outbound calls(1/2) 5 months ago
- Enjoying my ODNC session with @JoelHebert and an amazing audience lnkd.in/ejkExbe 1 year ago
- RT @kodehoved: Check out @benmwatson on .NET perf infoq.com/presentations/… 1 year ago
- @marcelv Is it possible to attach #IntelliTrace Collector on a running production application (executable) without restarting it? 1 year ago
Category Archives: CodeProject
Exception Settings has been a powerful feature in Visual Studio for quite some time now. It has got some extra fire-power with new Exception Helper dialog in Visual Studio 2017. Let’s say, your code is using a third party library … Continue reading
Another time saving feature in the new Exception Helper dialog in Visual Studio 2017 is about Inner exceptions. In order to elaborate this, let me first introduce you to what happens when an unhandled exception is encountered when debugging code … Continue reading
Exceptions is an ancient programming concept that every developer has to deal with in the programs they write during development, testing and production scenarios. Visual Studio has long provided facilities to inspect the exceptions but with Visual Studio 2017, its Exception … Continue reading
Visual Studio 2017 has provided several key improvements in Debugging experience. One of them is called “Run To Click”. “Run to cursor” has been a familiar experience for all developers for many years. This provided a convenient way of running … Continue reading
Tuples have been around for quite sometime as a convenient way of returning more than one value from a method. Even though Tuples were quite easy to use but from code-readability perspective, there were certainly room for improvement. In C# 7.0, team … Continue reading
I published one more tip on codeproject. This tip is about figuring out what threads are waiting for a particular lock to be release in windbg. You can find it here. Until next, happy debugging.
My tip regarding instantiating objects without stopping debugging session has been published at codeproject. You can find it here. Until next, happy debugging.