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10-4 Episode 35: PreEmptive Solutions Runtime Intelligence

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In this episode of 10-4, Drew Robbins is joined by Gabriel Torok and Sebastian Holst to take a look at the new Runtime Intelligence features that are in the Dotfuscator edition included in the Visual Studio 2010 setup.

For more information on the new version of Dotfuscator and Runtime Intelligence features, be sure to check out the PreEmptive website.

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  • Very interesting!  I can see a number of scenarios where this technology could be very useful.


    I wonder how flexible the service layer is: SOAP may be too heavy for some applications.  Any hooks to WCF?



    You get SOAP when injecting the instrumentation using Dotfuscator, but our service endpoint also supports a lightweight XML-based message format.  You can use WCF on the client to send messages in this format.

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