Dealing with large collections of data is a pretty common occurrence when debugging C# applications. As data science becomes more mainstream, this generalization is unlikely to change too much in the foreseeable future. I often find that my debugging techniques require me to hunt through a couple of thousand records in a debugger in order
Forrest Gump is a fantastic movie, perhaps one of the best movies to come out in the 1990s. If you haven’t seen it I’m fine with you stopping reading this post right now and going to watch the movie. At one point in the movie, the titular character is splattered with mud. When asked about
As programmers, we can’t escape debugging. It is an integral part of our daily work, and it often means trouble. Programming is the act of producing value by writing code. When spending time debugging we aren’t producing value, to the contrary; It means we have bugs in our code, which means we have produced a
Our CTO Omer Raviv often says that debugging, at its worst, turns well-meaning developers into zombies. Blindly hitting F10 or F11, aimlessly wandering through code trying to find a string to grab on to, or staring at the screen not knowing where to start. Debugging has yet to make developers eat brains, but we’re pretty sure it’s come close. Debugging
It’s been a while since OzCode released a major new version, but OzCode 4.0 will make up for the long wait – big time. OzCode 4 introduces a new game-changing feature that we have been working on very hard: Time Travel Debugging. OzCode v4 is now available as an Early Access Preview. We plan to sim-ship
One of the most popular features in OzCode is the ability Search through objects and collections. Search has been with us since the earliest prototypes of OzCode. The old Search was great and infinitely better than nothing at all- but, we wanted to make the experience more user friendly, feature packed and faster. We realize that developers
Introduction At some time of the day, you are bored and the procrastination demon takes care of you. You go to Facebook (or Twitter, you can choose :-)) and start taking a look at the updates. After some time, you have checked all new posts and start to press F5 to refresh the page and
It’s official – the next version of OzCode, the coveted v3.0, will be shipped simultaneously with Visual Studio 2017 on March 7th, 2017. Our new version contains a lot of goodies that reinforces the Visual Studio debugging experience! Check out these amazing new features that give you phenomenal debugging power. So, what have we got?