Phone: 03-6176066
  Fax: 03-6176677
  info@sela.co.il

Coming courses

More courses from
Microsoft .NET Framework
 
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)
.NET Performance
.NET Performance and Debugging Workshop
Advanced WCF
Beyond Async and Await
Advanced WPF
IIS Workshop
F# Programming
C# 5 Programming in the .NET Framework
Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services
Parallel Programming and TPL Dataflow
Test Driven Development with .NET
Programming the .NET Framework 4.0
Asynchronous Computing and Composing Asynchronous and Event-Based
.NET Debugging Workshop
Reactive Extension
Team Foundation Server 2010 Overview
Developing Windows® Communication Foundation Solutions with Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2010
MEF
Developing Microsoft Azure and Web Services (.NET Core)
Developing ASP.NET Core MVC Web Applications
Clean Code and Refactoring Techniques
.NET Design Patterns and Advanced Techniques
Developing Web Applications using ASP 3.5
Advanced Client Architecture – MVVM, UI Composition
Developing ASP.NET Web Applications using Visual Studio .NET 2.0
Microsoft.Core: Let's get to know the .NET Core world
HTML 5
Parallel Programming with the TPL
Entity Framework 6
 
DNDebug - Version: 3.3
 
    imgSela  
.NET Debugging Workshop
3 days course
The famous quote goes: "Debugging code is twice as hard as writing it in the first place." Can we prove otherwise? Debugging has become more complicated as new technologies emerged, but the .NET framework and the CLR offer us new debugging capabilities that we have never had before. External tools and extensions augment the built-in debugging capabilities and take us to completely new levels of understanding application behavior, even in a production environment. Realizing the full potential of all these possibilities isn't easy, but practice makes perfect and the exercises sprinkled throughout this three-day course will give participants valuable take-aways for their day jobs.
Experienced .NET programmers and integrators who seek to extend their debugging toolbox with new techniques and practice them first-hand.
Skip Navigation Links.