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Introduction to Debugging
Whenever those of us in Visual Studio give talks or write blog posts about debugging, we typically focus on tips and tricks and new features that take for granted you already know the basics of debugging. The problem with this is like most things in life debugging is a skill you have to learn before you can take advantage of tips and tricks. To this point I recently sat down with Seth Juarez from Channel 9 for a talk introducing the basics of debugging in Visual Studio. For those of you who prefer the printed word, in this post I’ll cover the concepts I hit on in the video. For the purposes of the video and this post I’m using a C# application, although with the exception of Edit and Continue everything applies to any language you can debug with Visual Studio.
Thursday, Aug 27
Office 365—monthly Dev Digest for August
The sixth edition of Dev Digest, designed to help you—the Office 365 developer—keep up-to-date with what’s new in Office 365 development.
Thursday, Aug 27
Meet AzureCon
We’re excited to announce AzureCon, a virtual event on September 29. AzureCon is for the Azure community—developers and IT professionals who want to learn about the latest Azure innovation and understand how customers are using the platform to transform their business. AzureCon builds on last year’s AzureConf and will feature even more technical sessions, opportunities to hear directly from the engineering team behind the Azure platform and learn about what’s next with Azure. Following keynotes by Azure executives, members of our product team and community will participate in live Q&A sessions and deliver technical sessions. The wide range of sessions are designed to meet your needs—whether you’re just getting started or want to dive deep into the unlimited possibilities enabled by Azure.
Monday, Aug 24

Visual Studio

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.NET Framework

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Visual Studio Code

Visual Studio Code is a free Redefined Code Editor, streamlined for the code-edit-debug cycle, available on Linux, Mac and Windows.

Visual Studio Online

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Team Foundation Server

Visual Studio Team Foundation Server 2013 (TFS) is the collaboration platform at the core of Microsoft's application lifecycle management (ALM) solution.