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Visual Studio 2012 Cookbook by Richard Banks

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Debugging code in production

If you're like most people there's nothing more exciting than having a fully-tested application that goes to production and then starts randomly misbehaving for no apparent reason. It's a great way to get the adrenalin going as you rapidly try to figure out what's going wrong from bug reports such as "it just stopped working" and "nothing updated but I don't know why". Wait, what, you don't like that? You're not one of those people? Oh, I see.

Ok, so let's say this does happen to you and your application has random crashes, hangs, misbehaves, and has other bugs. Diagnosing these problems in a production environment can be rather tricky, especially if you are in an environment where you have no production access. This ...

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