Every company should want to increase its developer velocity. Time-travel debugging is one of the best-in-class tools that are a primary driver of developer velocity and a top contributor to business success.
Two ways your web application can break are UI bugs and deep-down logical bugs in the server. You can detect and resolve both types with Selenium Test Automation and debugging in Production.
Software systems are incredibly complex and are full of defects. Sure, they’ll work most of the time, but every system has its day. Here are 3 reasons why debugging in Production should be as accessible and easy as possible.
We have published dozens of blog posts throughout this crazy and challenging year to help us become better developers and better debuggers. As we all start debugging our lives from COVID into 2021, here’s a pick of our top 10 posts from 2020.
In many companies, DevOps adoption is hindered by a chasm between DevOps and Development. Bridging that chasm with a Production Debugger improves DevOps KPIs.
Black Friday 2020 is likely to be the greatest online shopping event ever. History shows us that Black Friday bugs happen and they are disastrous. Learn how you can mitigate the effects if your website goes down on the biggest online shopping day of the year.
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.
Here is a list of the top 10 .NET tools downloaded from NuGet gallery.
Both C# and .NET have established themselves as staples in the software community. There’s always a lot to learn. This guide can point you to the right resources.
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 …
There are many tools on the market that offer observability. They do a good job for maintenance and troubleshooting, but they are not good enough for production debugging.
Unhandled exceptions in Production indicate something’s wrong with your application. What’s the best way to catch all exceptions and handle them for a quick resolution?