I wasn't sure where to put this thread, sorry if its in the wrong place.
WinDBG tutorial video series from beginner to advanced
The STL series are very informative ( i wish there was more series like this on c9, c++0x goodness mmm )
So i thought i'd give you a suggestion.
WinDBG have a steep learning curve so a video series might ease the curveand get more people into using it.
The series should be about how to and how not to use it, why it was designed the way it was (windbg history), debugging 32 bit programs on a 64 bit machine, show what windbg can do and can not do, future plans for windbg.... etc..
( please no managed C# sales pitches, c9 got more then enough of them already )
It should be about debugging not force feeding of sales pitches.
So what do you think ?
Yeah, that would be great.
ehhh.... WinDbg has many good stuff for managed developers too.
Please add some video for windbg, Atleast for begineers
Please Channel 9... please. I am waiting for it. And yes STL videos from Channel 9 are indeed very informative. They have touched some of the newest features of the new C++ standard. I hope they publish some video discussing the topic.
This is an awesome suggestion! I am working on finding someone to make tutorial videos for this. thanks!!
Not sure who we can get to do a beginners series on WinDbg... Windows debugging is itself a somewhat advanced topic, but the reason you're asking for this is due to the rather limited documentation on the subject... The above link is worth your time as we figure out the how and the who for something like this (the who is actually the hard part). We could probably start with the folks who work on it...
Charles: why don't you talk to premier product support. They have people who are not doing much else than troubleshoot using windbg. Have them to talk about how they are using the tool. That would make a great intro inho
but the op was asking for C++, are there any vid on debugging C++ with windbg?
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