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  • Blog Post: VS2010: Just My Code

    The ‘Just My Code’ feature in the profiler has a few differences to the ‘Just My Code’ feature in the debugger so this post should provide a useful introduction. Example Program Here’s a very simple program I’ll use in this post. using System; namespace ConsoleApplication1 { class Program {...
  • Blog Post: Tip: Fixing VSPerfASPNetCmd metabase errors

    VSPerfASPNetCmd is a new Visual Studio 2010 tool that helps you profile ASP.Net websites from the command-line. Recently I noticed an error message which didn’t cover one common situation so I thought I’d write about it. Here’s an example: > VSPerfASPNetCmd.exe http://localhost...
  • Blog Post: VS2010: Profiler Guidance (rules) Part 1

    The new guidance feature in the VS2010 profiler will look familiar to people who have used the static code analysis tools in previous versions. However, instead of statically analyzing your code, the profiler runs it and analyzes the results to provide guidance to fix some common performance issues....
  • Blog Post: VS2010: Profiling In Progress (PIP)

    With Visual Studio 2010 we want to make it clearer when you are profiling your application within the Visual Studio IDE. To accomplish this we added a new control which we call ‘Profiling In Progress’ or PIP, which we show when you launch the profiler or attach the profiler to a running application....
  • Blog Post: VS2010: Investigating a sample profiling report (Function Details)

    I’ve already discussed how the new profiler summary page makes it easier to discover and fix performance issues, but sometimes a little more investigation is required. This time I’m going to drill in with another new VS2010 feature called the Function Details View. I’m going to use PeopleTrax application...
  • Blog Post: VS2010: New Profiler Summary Page

    With Visual Studio 2010 we want to make it easier for customers to find and fix performance issues with their code. One of the first things we looked at was the view that shows up after profiling an application – the Summary Page. I’ll describe a few features of the new summary page using the PeopleTrax...
  • Blog Post: Using the keyboard to profile an application (Alt-F2 shortcut)

    In announcing Visual Studio Beta 2 profiler features, Chris mentioned that we have a new option on the Debug menu called ‘Start Performance Analysis’ which has the Alt-F2 keyboard shortcut. This makes it easier than ever to start profiling your application. The new menu item has the following behavior...
  • Blog Post: VS2010: Attaching the Profiler to a Managed Application

    Before Visual Studio 2010, in order to attach the profiler to a managed application, certain environment variables had to be set using vsperfclrenv.cmd. An example profiling session might look like this: vsperfclrenv /sampleon [Start managed application from the same command window] vsperfcmd...
  • Blog Post: See The Profiler At PDC2008

    Steve Carroll, development lead for the Visual Studio Profiler, will be at PDC2008 next week giving a presentation on the profiler: What: TL24: Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability When: Wednesday, October 29th, 1:15pm - 2:30pm Where: Room 153 Abstract: “Performance must...
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