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Using the powers of the debugger to solve the problems of the world - and a bag of chips    by Tess Ferrandez, ASP.NET Escalation Engineer (Microsoft)

.NET Debugging - Reading material

.NET Debugging - Reading material

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I get so many emails asking for books and articles about the stuff I talk about in this blog, and I never answer them because I am a bit too lazy to come up with a list (*** shame on me ***), but I've learned now that laziness pays off, cause this morning Doug posted a reading list on his blog:)

Read it here

Until next time,

  • Thanx, very good resources
  • I have seen the light and it is called MbUnit [Via: James Avery ] Can't Get Enough of that SBA - Sharing...
  • Talking about debugging, would you know how to simply run DbgCLR.exe w/o needing to install the .NET SDK on the machine? I want to be able to carry the debugger around on a thumb drive (like I carry windbg.exe).
  • I can't remember what it depends on off the top of my head but I think it might be listed in the readme, if not, post again and I'll try to find out.
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