Windows SIG: Debugging .NET Applications
This session will cover topics such as effective debugger usage, adding assertions to ASP.NET, and handling errors in your applications.
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Debugging .NET Applications
In many ways, .NET makes your debugging job easier. However, there are still plenty of places that can cause you grief when writing .NET code. This session will help you effectively debug better and faster for all types of .NET applications. .NET also offers many advanced diagnostic features and error handling that help tremendously as well. This session will cover topics such as effective debugger usage, adding assertions to ASP.NET, and handling errors in your applications. Get up to speed on real world debugging scenarios and ship better code faster.
About the Presenter
John Robbins, Co-founder and Instructor at Wintellect
John Robbins is a cofounder of Wintellect, where he heads up the consulting and debugging services side of the business. He also travels the world teaching his Debugging Windows Applications course so that developers everywhere can learn the techniques he uses to solve the nastiest software problems known to man. As one of the world's recognized authorities on debugging, John takes an evil delight in finding and fixing impossible bugs in other people's programs.
Prior to founding Wintellect, John was one of the early engineers at NuMega Technologies (now Compuware NuMega), where he played key roles in designing, developing, and acting as project manager for some of the coolest C/C++, Visual Basic, and Java developers' tools on the market. The products that he worked on include BoundsChecker (versions 3, 4, and 5), TrueTime (versions 1.0 and 1.1), TrueCoverage (version 1.0), SoftICE (version 3.24) and TrueCoverage for Device Drivers (version 1.0).
John is based in New Hampshire, where he lives with his wife, Pam, and the world-famous debugging cat, Pearl. In addition to being the author of the book DebuggingApplications (Microsoft Press, 2000), John is a contributing editor for MSDNMagazine, where he writes the Bugslayer column. He regularly speaks at Win-Dev, the Visual C++ Developers Conference, WinSummit, and other Windows developer conferences, and is the year 2000 Technical Chair for Win-Dev.
Microsoft Technology Center - Silicon Valley
1250 Charleston Avenue
Mountain View, CA 94043
6:30-7:00pm registration/networking/open forum/pizza
$15 at the door for non-SDForum Members
No charge for SDForum members and students with ID
No registration required