Debugging SaaS services on Production is hard, but what do you do when you don’t even have access to your Production environment. That’s the case for Desktop applications. In this post, learn how to use Ozcode Production Debugger to debug applications right from your customers’ desktop.
“To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail.” You’ve all probably heard this one, but, more importantly, I’m sure you’ve all also experienced it. Life is so much easier when you have the right tool for the job, so I’ve compiled this list of top 10 .NET tools you can get from …
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As a .NET developer, no doubt you’re familiar with NuGet Gallery, the most comprehensive of all public NuGet repositories providing open source NuGet packages on the web. NuGet Gallery is extremely popular, delivering about one billion NuGet packages to developers every week. If you’re reading this post, you’ve probably downloaded a package or three in …
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