Habib Heydarian's Blog @ Microsoft

Program Manager for Microsoft Robotics, Visual Studio

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  • Blog Post: Search For This Line In IntelliTrace

    One of the key benefits of IntelliTrace is that it collects lots of useful information about your application which allows you to debug exactly what the application was doing when a problem occurred. With so much information, it's important to be able to search for the specific data that led to the bug...
  • Blog Post: IntelliTrace: A graphical comparison

    One of the easiest ways to understand what IntelliTrace is and what it does, is through a comparison between how most developers debug their application today vs. what IntelliTrace enables. In the figure below, the blue section labeled (1) shows one of the most common ways that developers debug their...
  • Blog Post: Looking for questions or feedback on IntelliTrace

    During the last few months, I've been blogging extensively about a new Visual Studio 2010 feature called IntelliTrace (formerly known as the "Historical Debugger"). We are very excited about IntelliTrace and think that it's going to change how people debug their applications. Since IntelliTrace...
  • Blog Post: Using IntelliTrace to view the return value of a VB or C# method

    A few months ago, I blogged about how to view the return value of a C# or VB method in the Visual Studio debugger. As I explained in that blog post, the debugger does not support viewing the return value of a .NET method, so you have to apply a workaround or two. Being able to see the return value of...
  • Blog Post: IntelliTrace is not available. Why?

    When using IntelliTrace, you might run across the following error message in the IntelliTrace window: IntelliTrace is not available. See the Debugger Output window or the Windows Application Events Log. Below is a list of reasons why you might see the above error message when trying to use IntelliTrace...
  • Blog Post: The future of debugging is here! Visual Studio 2010 now supports stepping back in the debugger.

    In my previous post Getting Started with Visual Studio 2010 IntelliTrace: Hello IntelliTrace! , I described how to use the new IntelliTrace feature in Visual Studio 2010 to debug an application. But there's more to IntelliTrace. IntelliTrace also allows you step back in the debugger! However, the step...
  • Blog Post: Getting Started with Visual Studio 2010 IntelliTrace: Hello IntelliTrace!

    One of the most talked about features in Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 is IntelliTrace. In a nutshell, IntelliTrace allows a developer to record the application execution and play it back. Using IntelliTrace, a developer can do some cool things like step back in the debugger. In this blog post, I'll do a...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2: The Historical Debugger is now IntelliTrace!

    Over the last few months, I've blogged a fair amount about a new feature in Visual Studio 2010 called the Historical Debugger. With the announcement of Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 also comes a name change for the Historical Debugger. It is now called IntelliTrace™. Background: We literally spent over two...
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