When a developer says they are debugging their code, that really means they are doing some superficial looking in the debugger. Today’s debuggers are so much more powerful than most developers realize. With a little bit of training they can easily cut the time they spend debugging by 20 percent. That means more time spent on features that customers want, which means more revenue for the company. Even more important is learning how to deal with problems that occur in production. Very few developers know anything about the real tools used to quickly solve those production problems.
If you would like to learn more about debugging using Visual Studio and its amazing breakpoint capabilities, make sure to attend this free one-hour webinar, ‘Taking a Break in the Debugger,’ led by John Robbins, the head of Wintellect’s Debugging Service and a prolific author/speaker on all things related to debugging. Click on the video above to view, and let us know your feedback in the comments.