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Get dotMemory 4.1 Beta

It’s been a while since dotMemory 4.0 was released, and we’ve spent all this time baking a new batch of .NET memory profiling goodies for you. Please welcome dotMemory 4.1 Beta, bringing you more rigorous, convenient and beautiful profiling experience. … Continue reading

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Fighting Common WPF Memory Leaks with dotMemory

When developing Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Silverlight and Windows Store applications, a number of common memory leaks may surface. In this blog post, we’ll see how dotMemory can help detect these common WPF memory leaks and how we can fix … Continue reading

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Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Lambdas and LINQs

This is the third post in the series. The previous ones can be found here: Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Boxing and Collections Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Strings Today, we’re going to uncover the common … Continue reading

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Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Strings

This is the second post in the series. The other ones can be found here: Unusual ways of boosting up app performance. Boxing and Collections Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Lambdas and LINQs This post will focus on … Continue reading

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Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Boxing and Collections

This is a first post in the series. The other ones can be found here: Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Strings Unusual Ways of Boosting Up App Performance. Lambdas and LINQs Many developers today are familiar with the … Continue reading

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Profiling ASP.NET vNext using dotMemory and dotTrace

With ASP.NET vNext (working title), Microsoft is making some bold moves towards opening up development and deployment options for building applications. For starters, we no longer have to install the full .NET framework on our servers: ASP.NET vNext lets us … Continue reading

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dotMemory 4.0 out, dotTrace on sale

You’ve waited for this long enough! As of today, our profilers dotTrace Memory and dotTrace Performance assume new identities. Previously known as dotTrace Memory profiler, dotMemory is the newest product to rejoin the JetBrains .NET tools family. The decision to … Continue reading

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dotMemory 4 Beta: Memory Profiling Better Than Ever Before

As you may have noticed, a totally renewed dotMemory 4 is on its way. Meanwhile, we are proud to introduce dotMemory 4 Beta! dotMemory 4 offers a lot of new functionality that helps you optimize memory usage in your applications, … Continue reading

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Webinar Recording: dotMemory 4.0 – What’s Inside

The recording of our February 25th webinar with Maarten Balliauw, dotMemory 4: What’s Inside, is now available on JetBrains YouTube Channel and slides on slideshare. In this webinar we explore the new dotMemory 4 memory profiler. We share our view on why one may … Continue reading

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Live Webinar – dotMemory 4: What’s Inside, February 25th

Join us Tuesday, February 25th, 15:00 – 16:00 GMT (9:00 – 10:00 AM EST) for our free webinar, dotMemory 4: What’s Inside with Maarten Balliauw. Even if your program is just a few lines of code, .NET’s runtime will create a … Continue reading

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