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Mastering .NET Debugging


Description: 

This is the same course that is taught at Microsoft to their developers and testers on their product teams.  

This course focuses on three key areas.

  • Avoiding bugs in the first place and how to approach development to minimize the possibility of bugs
  • Learning all the tips and tricks of Visual Studio such as advanced breakpoints, the expression evaluator, and remote debugging
  • Solving the hardest problems of all, .NET memory and production debugging

By the end of this course, developers will know how to approach problems in a better manner as well as how to use the tools at their disposal. The development world has gone agile, but the best way to ship on time is to know how to debug better than your competitors.

Curriculum

  • The Debugging Process
  • Infrastructure You Have to Have, and How to Use It
  • Debugging During Coding
  • Advanced Breakpoints
  • The Watch Window
  • Advanced Tips and Tricks
  • WinDBG
  • SOS
  • Performance Tuning
  • Performance Tools

 
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Prerequisite: 

Developers who attend Mastering .NET Debugging should be familiar with writing .NET applications using either C# or Visual Basic .NET.

 
   
     
Duration: 
3 Days  
     
     

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Teaching this class will be Donis Marshall; author of the bestselling Visual C# book from Microsoft Press entitled, Programming Microsoft Visual C# 2005. He is also the author of .NET Security Programming and Directory Services Programming for Windows both published by Wiley Worldwide Books, as well as the author of Active/OLE Programming with MFC published by R&D Books. He has taught debugging related classes and concepts around the world to many of the leading software companies.