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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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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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Meet ReSharper 7.1.2, dotTrace 5.3.1 Performance

Two quick maintenance releases to our .NET tools become available today: please download ReSharper 7.1.2 and dotTrace 5.3.1 Performance. ReSharper 7.1.2 contains fixes to Find Usages (RSRP-336714) and auto-completion in XAML (RSRP-337050), brings a pack of unit testing improvements related … Continue reading

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Line-by-line profiling with dotTrace Performance

dotTrace Performance allows us to profile an application in several ways. We can choose between sample profiling, tracing profiling and line-by-line profiling. Generally sampling profiling is used first to acquire a high-level overview of call performance in an application, after … Continue reading

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ReSharper plugins for unit testing – MSpec, xUnit.net and Silverlight

ReSharper provides comprehensive support for running and debugging unit tests. Out of the box, it works with NUnit and Microsoft’s Visual Studio Unit Testing Framework (henceforth mstest for brevity) for .Net languages, and supports QUnit and Jasmine for JavaScript. The … Continue reading

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Performance tracing a Windows Store application with dotTrace

More and more developers are jumping on the opportunity to create applications for the Windows Store. Since most of these apps are very visual and need to be very responsive, it’s really important to know if and where there’s room … Continue reading

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dotTrace 5.3 Performance, ReSharper 7.1.1 are Available

Rolling out updates to two .NET tools simultaneously is twice as fun: please download the shiny and new dotTrace 5.3 Performance for Visual Studio 2012 integration and Windows Store app profiling, and ReSharper 7.1.1 for bug fixes and performance improvements. … Continue reading

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Using NuGet to simplify remote profiling with dotTrace

We’ve all been there, someone calls you about the fact that the application is slow. No matter how hard you try, it’s impossible to reproduce the issue on your development machine: the issue only occurs in production. What do you … Continue reading

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Profiling from the Command Line using dotTrace Performance

Did you know that you can run dotTrace Performance from the command line? Why would you want to run it from the command line? Maybe you want to share the same profiling configuration across the team? Maybe you want to … Continue reading

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