Debugger Tip - Step into a specific method

Tagged in Debugging Quick Tips Visual Studio

I have some really gnarly examples of code in my open source project that are ostensibly expressed as a single line of ...

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Bring your whole self

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I remember during the onboarding week there were compelling testimonials from existing employees that encouraged us all ...

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Using Disassembly Tool for optimized debugging

Tagged in Diagnostics Visual Studio

I recently blogged over at the Visual Studio site on the topic of the Disassembly tool improvements for Visual ...

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Collecting dumps anywhere with dotnet-monitor

Tagged in Debugging Diagnostics

One of the amazing things about .NET Core is that it runs almost everywhere! This versatility comes with a challenge ...

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Find the address of an object in Visual Studio

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So a couple of posts back I was attempting to show how you could get the address of an object and identify which ...

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First pull request

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I love seeing first time pull requests on the DasBlog Core repo! I have just seen a couple of these this year and I ...

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How much memory does this object use?

Tagged in Debugging Diagnostics Visual Studio

I saw a really intriguing request from a customer who was trying to find someway to look at Offset or Size of an object ...

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Creating convincing bugs for your demo code

Tagged in .NET Core Programming

Have you ever seen a killer demo that fizzles at the end because the root cause is a contrived Thread.Wait() or a ...

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wrk for benchmarking and testing

Tagged in Linux Performance

If like me you installed a Linux Distro on Windows 10 and then just did nothing with it, it would behoove us to ...

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