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
Microsoft Connect has finally arrived and it comes bearing gifts. Visual Studio 2019 Preview 1 has been released with a lot of great features. Let’s dive in and see what’s new. New Look & Feel The first thing I noticed is that VS2019 is really snappy. The startup time feels much faster and everything in the
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
This post originally appeared on Moaid Codes Visual Studio is a great IDE with a great Debugger. It currently provides one of the best debugging experiences out there. The extensibility and the customizability of Visual Studio makes it even better. For example, it provides Attributes for customizing the display of objects during debugging sessions.
There’s a window in Visual Studio which enable you to run code regardless of where and what you’re currently debugging. That magical windows is known as the Immediate window. To use it all you need to do is write valid code – such as System.Console.Write(“Hello”) and presto: Countless developers have used this window during debugging
Did you ever feel like Visual Studio is rebuilding projects every single time, even when there were no changes to the code? We can build, change nothing, build again and there we go… VS is starting a build instead of saying all my projects are up to date. Also, there’s that nagging feeling that even when we
Not all debug sessions were created equal, some are easier than others while other require remote connecting to a specific machine only on Wednesday at midnight. I’m sure you have some horror stories about elusive bugs and endless debug sessions. I did notice that when asked about the top ten hardest things to debug most developers
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?
The next version of Visual Studio has finally hit RC! The version formerly known as VS “15” is now called VS2017 and I wanted to take it for a spin and see what’s in store for us devs with the latest and greatest bits from Microsoft. The new installer In the past, developers used to schedule