All the best software development practices and testing efforts in the world cannot guarantee that there are no intermittent or unexplainable application issues when in production. Worst case scenario being application hangs and crashes. This article shows how to take dumps of .NET applications and analyze them. This helps developers to understand the issue and find the faulty code.
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When you deal with user input or text files, you usually have to search through that input and replace literals, special characters, or patterns. Learn how to perform this common task via the .NET regular expressions classes.
Learn the subtle differences between groups and captures in .NET regular expressions and how to suppress capture information when your applications don't need it.
Learn about "Object Tool Bench," which is sure to become one of your favorite tools in the forthcoming 2005 version of Visual Studio.
With the introduction of the My object in VS 2005, Microsoft is still finding innovative ways to increase productivity without making VB.NET a second-class language.
Microsoft has announced pricing on the Visual Studio 2005 product line.
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