Debugging Tips with Visual Studio 2010
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by Scott Guthrie
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The Visual Studio debugger is incredibly rich.  I highly recommend setting aside some time to really learn all of its features.  The above tips and tricks are but a few of the many features it provides that most people are actually unaware of.

I’ve previously blogged about other VS 2010 Debugger Improvements (including DataTip pinning, Import/Export of Breakpoints, Preserving Last Value Variables, and more).  I’ll be doing more blog posts in the future about the new VS 2010 Intellitrace and Dump File Debugging support as well.  These provide a bunch of additional cool new capabilities that can make debugging applications (including ones in production) a lot easier and more powerful.

Also make sure to check out Scott Cate’s excellent Visual Studio 2010 Tips and Tricks series to learn more about how to best take advantage of Visual Studio.  He has an absolutely awesome set of free videos and blog posts.

And also check out Jim Griesmer’s great series on Visual Studio Debugging Trips and Tricks.  He has a ton of good tips and tricks you can take advantage of.

Hope this helps,

Scott

Follow me at: twitter.com/scottgu


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