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Advanced .NET Debugging by Mario Hewardt

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Preface

Since the release of Advanced Windows Debugging at the end of 2007, I have received many requests regarding an equivalent book focused on .NET. The initial outline for Advanced Windows Debugging did contain a chapter on .NET debugging, but that chapter was eventually cut—primarily due to my conviction that spending just one chapter on it was not sufficient coverage and would confuse rather than enlighten readers. Since then, .NET has become a very popular platform choice for developers. Some statistics seem to show that the usage of C# is almost at the same levels as traditional C++. Knowing how to properly navigate some of the challenges involved with .NET development is a key factor in achieving success.

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