Wednesday 19 Apr 17:30

Digging deeper in the Visual Studio Debugger

SweNUG Malmö

FOOD: Yes

LEVEL: Intermediate

The debugger in Visual Studio is a very capable tool. But many developers barely scratch the surface of it. Fredrik will dig a bit under that surface, uncovering some of the more powerful aspects of the debugger, with the aim to give you a new trick or two to pull out of your sleeve during upcoming debugging sessions. We’ll also take a look at what is new in the debugger for Visual Studio 2017.

Speaker

Fredrik Mörk is a software development consultant working with Additude Excellence in Malmö. He has written code in Visual Basic. The non .NET kind. The last 15 years have been spent in .NET-land, where the main coding language has been C#. He has been speaking at conferences a few times, as well as at numerous user groups and other technical events.

Agenda

17.30-17.45 – Meet and Greet

17.45-18.30 – Presentation

18.30-19.00 – Break with something lighter to eat

19.00-20.00 – Presentation part 2 and discussions

Event sponsors

Capish



Additude



Platinum Partners

Capish100px Axis100px Connectitude100px

Premium Partners

Oa100px Softhouse100px Verisure100 Tetrapak100x50 Advenica horisontal 100x50 Knightec100 Omegapoint100px Qlik100px Refined logo 100x50 Boozt 100x50 Mediaevolution100px Internetstiftelsen 100x50 Kan 100x50

Partners

Schneider100px 24hr100px Neo4j 100px U blox100px Missing Ifacts logo partner 100px Crosstech100px Tieto100pxnew Handelsbanken100px Thirdbase100px Myse 100 Odd hill 100x50 Playtechbgt100px Hotnew100px Tedkomp100px Stratiteq100pxbl Missing Avensia100px Falconio100px Missing Raygun100px Hittahem small Cybercom 100x50 Relax100px Edument100px Aveva 100x50 Essiq100px Terranet100px Humanit100px Bimobject100px Pinmeto100px Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Infotiv 100x50 Upptec 100x50 Missing Missing Missing Missing Storytel100x50 Additude100x50 Lime color 100x50 Purplescout100px Livingit100 Q100x50 Nilex100x50 Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing Missing
Sign in