June, 2004

  • greggm's WebLog

    What are your remote debugging scenarios?

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    I am constantly using remote debugging. I have one ‘development’ machine. On this machine, I have Visual Studio 2005 and an environment setup to build whatever version of VS I want. Then I have a bunch of test machines which run debug versions...
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    Nebraska

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    My wife is currently in graduate school in Lincoln Nebraska. She started last Tuesday and will be there until December of 2005. I am currently sitting in the Denver airport waiting to board a plane to go see her. Anyway, I hope to visit Nebraska many...
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    Designing code for debugging

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    I would like to advocate designing code so that it is easier to debug. When write code, we thinking about many different things: What edge cases am I missing? How will this code perform? How readable is this code? etc. But most programmers...
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    Fibers, and other mad stuff that you shouldn’t use

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    In Cyrus’s last post ( http://blogs.msdn.com/cyrusn/archive/2004/06/07/149893.aspx ) he wrote: “...i got a great email from Neil pointing me to this article on fibers and coroutines in .Net “ I am not sure I can say this strongly...
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