The Daily Six Pack: May 23, 2013

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Code Map Debugger is an awesome feature in Visual Studio 2012 that allows you to visualize and Debug Code Execution with Call Stacks. For further reading you can take a look at Visualize and Debug Code Execution with Call Stacks in Visual Studio. You will need Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate and Visual

The Daily Six Pack: May 20, 2013

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Reverse Engineering is a very real threat in today's software development landscape. A colleague of mine had to reverse engineer an application that needed changes made to the code logic. The problem was that the previous developer left without handing over the source. The gist of today's featured link is

The Daily Six Pack: May 17, 2013

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IntelliTrace is a new feature introduced by Microsoft in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate (Yes believe it or not, not everyone is using Visual Studio 2012 yet). It was previously known as Historical Debugger. IntelliTrace is a tool that helps developers track down bugs that might not be reproducible in their managed

The Daily Six Pack: May 13, 2013

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China fired back at the United States saying that it was “the real hacking empire”. This after a report from the Pentagon which said that Beijing was directly responsible for cyber attacks on the U.S. (Enter secret spy thriller music here). For those of you who are interested in learning Objective-C,

The Daily Six Pack: May 9, 2013

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Today Simon Cooper talks about creating partial-trust appdomains and then Brian Harry discusses Visual Studio 2012.3 and reacts to a comment about VS 2012.3. Installing it should be quite smooth, so just run the installer for Visual Studio and TFS. If you have any questions, ask them on the Visual Studio Forums