Developers Thomas Lai and David Broman join Program Manager Jon Langdon to share with us some of the new debugging and profiling enhancements in CLR 4. They've done a lot work in the upcoming release and besides evolving debugging and profilining capabilities
and semantics (APIs), they've implemented (or fixed) many things customers have been asking for.
The managed debugging and profiling story with CLR 4 is based on a new core architecture (they are moving to an out of process model which means you'll be able to debug multiple threads rather than being stuck to the same thread(s) attached to the main context.
Something like that. Watch, listen, learn.).
Tune in to learn about some of the design decisions made to support moving out-of-proc, improving debugger and profiling reliability, enhanced core APIs, future directions and meet some of the people who design and implement these important engineering components for
the managed (.NET) world.