Category Archives: How-To’s

This is a collection of use cases and scenarios (i.e. real problems solved with our .NET tools) that may be worth your attention.

Winners of Profiler Survey Announced!

We recently asked you to complete a short survey dedicated to profiling and application performance. We would like to thank all the participants for the valuable feedback, we really appreciate it. We’ve randomly selected 30 winners, 10 of whom will … Continue reading

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Duplicate Finder, Part of ReSharper Command Line Tools

Along with ReSharper 8 EAP earlier this year, we have made ReSharper Command Line Tools available for you to download and try. We have already written about one of the tools included in this package — InspectCode, which analyzes your … Continue reading

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dotTrace 5.5 EAP: Introducing Subsystems

This happens to be a hot week for JetBrains .NET tools, as today we are opening the Early Access Progam for dotTrace 5.5 Performance. Please feel free to grab the latest build of our performance profiler. And here are the … Continue reading

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dotCover 2.5 EAP is Open: Now with Hot Spots View

We are excited to announce dotCover 2.5 Early Access Program launch. Now you can download and play with dotCover 2.5 early builds. And here is a list of what’s new: dotCover 2.5 integrates with the latest ReSharper 8 EAP build. … Continue reading

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Coverage Filters in dotCover

Using dotCover, we can run coverage analysis on our code. We can verify which portions of our project are covered by unit tests and which are not. However, there are times when we don’t want to perform analysis on our … Continue reading

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Meet dotTrace 5.3.2 Performance with CLR 4.5 support

Today we are happy to announce availability of a new maintenance release of our .NET performance profiler. Please feel free to download and try the latest dotTrace 5.3.2 Performance. Starting from this update dotTrace Performance supports the latest version of … Continue reading

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Webinar Recording: Jon Skeet Inspects ReSharper

On Tuesday, April 9th, we held a free webinar with Hadi Hariri and C# legend Jon Skeet. The concept was simple enough: to play with some of the most sophisticated ReSharper code inspections and have Jon try to break ReSharper with … Continue reading

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ReSharper Code Analysis Goes Beyond Visual Studio

One of ReSharper’s most notable features, Code Analysis, is now unleashed and ready to hunt for bad and dead code—without even opening Visual Studio. Dubbed as InspectCode, it is as simple as a command-line tool can be and requires a … Continue reading

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Remote Profiling using dotTrace

We’ve already had a series of blog posts on remote profiling with dotTrace. We’re now accompanying it with a short video that demonstrates how to attach the dotTrace profiler to a remote server (in this case hosted on Azure), which … Continue reading

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Remote profiling Windows Azure Cloud Services with dotTrace

With dotTrace Performance, we can profile applications running on our local computer as well as on remote machines. The latter can be very useful when some performance problems only occur on the staging server (or even worse: only in production). … Continue reading

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