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Overview of dotTrace 6 Timeline Profiling

In ourĀ announcement post for dotTrace 6, we introduced a new profiling method: Timeline profiling. Let’s explore what it is, how it can help us and how it compares to other profiling methods like sampling, tracing and line-by-line profiling. We’ll also … Continue reading

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Working with dotTrace Home

When we announced theĀ dotTrace 6, we’ve already had a quick look at the new starting point in our performance profiler: the dotTrace Home. We can use it to start a new local or remote profiling session for known .NET application … Continue reading

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Introducing EAPs for dotTrace 6, dotCover 3, dotMemory 4.2

Please welcome a new ReSharper 9 EAP build that comes along with compatible dotTrace 6, dotCover 3 and dotMemory 4.2 Early Access builds. Download the common .NET tools installer, launch it and choose the products you want to try. We’ve … Continue reading

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dotMemory 4.0 EAP: .NET Memory Profiler Resuscitation

Do you know that JetBrains provides a .NET memory profiler? You have a good excuse for not knowing this, as the profiler hasn’t seen a single update since 2010. That is, until today. Today we’re excited (and by this we … 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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