Debugging Strategies For .NET Developers by Darin Dillon

By Darin Dillon

Debugging options for .NET builders is a hugely readable exploration of debugging with Microsoft .NET. whereas many different debugging books concentrate on imprecise innovations for complicated clients, this booklet is filled with real-world examples&emdash;designed for real-world builders &emdash;that show particular recommendations in live performance with total debugging strategies.

This ebook teaches you ways to imagine when it comes to debugging with Microsoft .NET. writer Darin Dillon describes debugging strategies, comparable to assertions and logging, and follows every one dialogue with first-hand bills of utilizing those concepts to unravel real-world insects. The e-book won't in basic terms offer you the innovations, however it will make you a grasp at spotting whilst and the way the strategies have to be applied.

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Lucky for me, I'd been out of town when that assumption was made, so I immediately asked, "If our product push-installs to computers in a user-defined list, and if the goal is to avoid push-installing over the slow America-Japan connection, then why can't we just install our console on a machine in Japan as well as in America? Let that Japanese console push-install to the Japanese machines, and then uninstall the Japanese console. " And that's exactly what we did. If only the install team had spent a few minutes to think through their assumption that manual installation was necessary, they would have saved themselves a lot of frustration.

By definition, the source of the bug is unknown. It could be anywhere. But you somehow used intuition to make a remarkably accurate judgment about which sections of the code to ignore and which sections were likely causing the bug. How did you know? Are you psychic? Probably not. Probably your intuition came from having spent 8 hours a day for the past 6 months staring at your project's code. You know which sections are tricky and which areas are straightforward. You're familiar enough with the project to know which code has been recently modified and which code hasn't been touched in weeks.

When we hit on the answer, we immediately recognized its truth, because it explained everything. As soon as our installer finished installing our product, it displayed a message announcing this; but even though the installer looked like it had terminated, it was actually still running in the background, installing a small demo for another of our products. The crash was caused when the user ran our product while the installer was still updating files. This explained weird condition 1 (on fast machines the install was finished before the user had time to start the product), and condition 2 (the demo depended on Microsoft Office and we didn't install it if Office wasn't present), and condition 3 (waiting a few seconds before running let the install finish).

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