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  • Blog Post: Better together: Visual Basic 14 and the Visual Studio 2015 Debugger

    "Lambdas! Lambdas! Lambdas! Lambdas! ..." If you hadn't heard , Visual Studio 2015 will support the use of lambda expressions in the debugger windows. We're all very excited to deliver on this longstanding TOP customer request . When LINQ was introduced in 2008 it was a game changer for the...
  • Blog Post: Edit and Continue survey results

    Thanks everybody for all the great feedback! We've received hundreds of replies since last week with detailed information and concrete examples for us to review. We are closing the survey today and have started to process the tons of data you have provided. The overwhelming majority of you have...
  • Blog Post: Help make Edit and Continue better!

    UPDATE 2014-05-20: We've received enough responses and the survey is now closed. Thanks everyone! Hey VB developers! Do you get tired of seeing this box (I know I do)? Tell us about it! The Visual Studio team would like your anonymous feedback on improving Edit and Continue (E&C) when...
  • Blog Post: Did you know? You can unwind the call stack from exceptions (Bill Horst)

    The ability to unwind the call stack from exceptions is one of the debugger features that was newly introduced in Visual Basic.NET 2005. When the debugger hits a first-chance exception, you can unwind the call stack in order to make code edits to fix the exception and continue debugging with the changes...
  • Blog Post: Source code of Visual Basic runtime has been released to public. (Vladimir)

    One of the things we have been working on recently was publishing sources of VisualBasic runtime library. I am very excited to announce that the sources of VB runtime (Microsoft.VisualBasic.dll) are publicly available now! This is a part of a more general work on making .Net Framework sources available...
  • Blog Post: Customizing Displays in the Debugger for System Types

    We've heard feedback from several customers regarding the way certain types are displayed in the Debugger. Many of the displays exist to maintain the user experience between versions of Visual Studio. We constantly evaluate if this is the correct choice for a given version of the product. Starting with...
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