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Debugging Microsoft .Net 2.0 Applicationsby John Robbins
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Get hands-on instruction for using the tools in Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 to debug, tune, and test applications. This guide features practical advice and code samples for developers at all levels from a leading authority on improving code. Long Description Traditionally, tools for performance tuning, testing applications, and debugging code have been expensive, hard to learn, and difficult to use. While previous versions of Microsoft Visual Studio have included debuggers and other code-improvement tools, Visual Studio 2005 presents developers with robust and useful tools and processes to help ensure top-quality code. In this guide, and expert on improving code, John Robbins, steps back from the expert-level information that characterized his previous debugging books to present hands-on, practical advice for working developers on how to use the debugging, testing, and tuning features in Visual Studio 2005. In addition to an overview of the science of debugging and expertly-guided instruction, this guide also features solutions to common, real-world development problems. Developers of all skill levels will be able to use this book to help improve their understanding of debugging, debugging tools, tuning, and testing, including how to effectively employ Test Explorer, the Enterprise Performance Tool, and WinDbg. Visual Studio 2005 is the latest version of this widely used development tool, with numerous feature enhancements and the latest version--2.0--of the Microsoft. NET Framework. With this development package, developers have at their fingertips the ability to create powerful Microsoft Windows-based applications, Web applications and services, and mobile or embedded programs, allin the same development environment. Version 2005 is not a minor change to Visual Studio: it is a significant advance, but it does not require retraining for developers already working with the. NET Framework.
Get the essential, straightforward information you need—and master the core topics for debugging applications with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005. Debugging expert John Robbins offers practical answers to real-world development questions, including code samples in Microsoft Visual C# and Visual Basic. Youll learn the debugging techniques and tools to debug more efficiently and help ensure top-quality code.
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About the Author
Robbins is considered to be one of the world's leading experts on the dietary link to the environment and health. He is the founder of EarthSave International.
Table of Contents
AcknowledgmentsIntroductionPart I: The Gestalt of DebuggingChapter 1: Bugs: Where They Come From and How You Solve ThemChapter 2: Preparing for DebuggingChapter 3: Debugging During CodingChapter 4: Common .NET Debugging QuestionsPart II: Power DebuggingChapter 5: Advanced Debugger Usage with Visual StudioChapter 6: WinDBG, SOS, and ADPlusPart III: Power ToolsChapter 7: Extending the Visual Studio IDEChapter 8: Writing Code Analysis RulesAppendix : Reviewer Acclaim for Debugging Microsoft .NET 2.0 ApplicationsAppendix : About the AuthorAppendix : Additional Resources for DevelopersAppendix : More Great Developer Resources
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