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Getting to Know Loupe
- Making a Start: First steps, adding it to your application.
- Recording Exceptions: Now, capture exceptions in their full detail in your application.
- Swapping Trace for Log: Upgrade logging by replacing .NET Trace with native Gibraltar logging.
Loupe 3.0 Deep Dive
- Super sized Sessions: No matter how long it runs or how much you log, you can get your data.
- Live Network Log Viewing: See what’s happening in your servers in real time, over the Internet.
- Working Fluidly with Sessions: Analyst is faster moving between sessions and getting up to date regardless of how long it’s been since you ran it.
- Tough Love for Products: Do your favorite products a favor, tell them what they’re getting wrong.
- If Not Your Friends, Who?: Who to actively hunt down feedback from, and why.
- Listen to the Symphony: Evaluating the tenor of all the feedback you get.
- It Depends On Your Perspective: Put product issues into perspective to know what to fix and when.
- The Diagnostic Perspective: How deep and how long do you look into an issue?
- The Resolution Perspective: Famous Last words: What could go wrong? Regardless of how trivial the defect is there are very real costs and risks to resolving it.
- Setting the Stage: What IS a build anyway? And why would people not want to automate it?
- The Best Thing Since Sliced Bread: Why you really want to insist on automating your build process. Today. Get a pizza and get cracking.
- Get Rich Slowly: How to create an automated build incrementally and make it a natural evolutionary process of your team
Related Publications Elsewhere
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- Single Instance String Store for .NET (CodeProject): By implementing a single instance string store, you can significantly reduce the memory footprint of your application.
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