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Description - Comprehensive VB .NET Debugging by Mark Pearce

Visual Studio .NET, and more specifically, Visual Basic .NET give developers more productivity and more power to develop applications, but at the cost of a complex development environment together with a whole new set of potential bugs. Debugging VB .NET Development analyzes the new defect types that arise with VB.NET, and investigates the debugging of every type of VB.NET application together with many common debugging scenarios. Mark Pearce also shows developers how to use the powerful new .NET debugging tools to find bugs wherever they hide, even deep inside distributed applications.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781590590508
ISBN-10: 1590590503
Format: Paperback
(235mm x 178mm x mm)
Pages: 528
Imprint: APress
Publisher: APress
Publish Date: 28-Apr-2003
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Mark Pearce

Mark Pearce is a freelance consultant and developer specializing in the design and construction of investment banking IT systems. He specializes in software quality processes and has consulted for many blue-chip clients including Citigroup, Nomura, Barclays Capital, Lehmans, Enron, British Petroleum, and Citibank. His other major areas of interest include database design, middleware messaging, and distributed applications. In a previous life, Mark was a professional chess player who paid for his chess-playing bug with near-starvation. His current hobbies of snowmobiling and mountain running are less energetic and much more fun.