Debugging

How to Debug LINQ queries in C#

LINQ is terrible to debug. We have no way of knowing what goes on inside that query. We can see the input, we can see the output, but that’s about it. What happens when something goes wrong? Do we just stare at the code, trying to get some kind of insight? There’s got to be a better way…

Blue screen of death

Debugging a .NET program after crash (Post-mortem debugging)

In my previous company, we experienced a reoccurring nightmare. It went something like this: New critical bug arrived from QA: Program suddenly crashed. Reproduces 1 / 10 times. Reproduce steps – unclear. The development team, after realizing they are unable to reproduce the bug on their development machine would claim the bug doesn’t reproduce, moving …

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