Some tools that every Visual C++ / .NET developer should have in their toolbox

Hi Community, This post is about some of the tools I use when building stuff or diagnosing misbehaving applications, so I thought it’d come handy to have them, or learn about them [in case you don’t know them] Process Explorer Process Monitor DebugView Autoruns WinDBG PerfView DebugDiag Network Monitor 3.4 [archive] Fiddler Message Analyzer Spy++ […]

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NDepend 5.3

I have always considered software development as an art and a science at the same time, in which developers translate business requirements into computer instructions, therefore creativity, innovation and technology are amalgamated into one, but the road from an idea’s inception to design then development is long and amazingly not perfect, hence we developers sometimes […]

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.NET Native

I can still remember last year when I attended the MVP Summit 2013 an awesome talk by the Visual C++ team around “CLR team working closely with Visual C++ team to improve performance of .NET apps as well as making .NET available for every device”.  Unfortunately, I could not disclose that information because it was […]

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Some new features in Windows 8 Developer Preview

Hi Community, I’m very excited about learning WinRT, in the same way I was some years ago while learning Win32 The upcoming releases of Windows & Visual C++ come with a bunch of cool technologies and new features. Some of these new features are available in  Windows 8 Developer Preview (as shown in  the images […]

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