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The Visual Studio Debugger provides a slew of features that make the task of debugging both easier and more efficient. Learn about time-saving tips and tricks for all versions of the Visual Studio Debugger, including the new debugger features in Visual Studio 2010. Hear about the new mixed-mode debugging feature, the breakpoints window enhancements, the new WPF visualizers, and a number of other features. Also learn about thread debugging enhancements, new features for making stepping into properties easier, and more. Join us as we crack open the toolbox and walk through some of the debugger's best practices.
John CunninghamJohn has been in the business of debuggers and diagnostic tools for around 15 years. He cut his teeth on debuggers for Windows 16 and 32bit, SunOS and Solaris. After a brief stint doing embedded debuggers at Wind River Systems, John joined Microsoft during the Visual Studio .Net product cycle. He has worked as a developer and lead on native and managed debuggers. John was part of the TeamSystem team from Day -30, working on the VS profiler and code coverage. Since then John has worked on starting the project for the application flight recorder as well as continuing to develop debugging and profiling technologies. John dreams in CodeView records. There is no cure.
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