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An amazing debugging add-on for Visual Studio! Gives a huge number of insights IN the editor!
Scott Hanselman, Principal Program Manager - Microsoft Azure, ASP.NET, and Web Tools at Microsoft
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5 star rated extension
Jeff Yates
30/12/2016
OzCode makes debugging C# a much more pleasant experience. Sure, you still have to find and fix your bugs, but the features that OzCode provides make these tasks much easier and sometimes, even enjoyable. read more From the breakpoint and tracepoint support to the soon-to-be-released LINQ analysis, OzCode has been a must have in my dev environment for years. Highly recommend.
Alvin Ashcraft
12/6/2016
OzCode has become indispensable to my development work. From seemingly simple features like Quick Attach to the powerful heads-up debugging display, it will change your entire debugging experience. read more Oh, and the new LINQ debugging feature is amazing. You can view the data returned by a LINQ statement, segment by segment and find out which part of the query is causing issues.
Mike Lawton
1/2/2017
OzCode is chock-full of enhancements that have made debugging so much easier. Searching within collections, pinning properties, LINQ evaluation... so many great features are all bundled into one wonderful package. read more I could not imagine going back to life without it!
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You know better than anyone that debugging is as fun as lying on the beach…covered with jelly fishes. Or allowing the turkey to overcook on Thanksgiving. Or waiting outside an actual store on Black Friday morning. You get the idea. At OzCode, our focus is to make life easier and smoother for coders such as […]

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This post originally appeared on Helper Code   With every new version the C# language has grown and improved.  C# 7 has brought some of my favorite features. One of the new useful features added to C# is the ability to filter exceptions. Consider the following class: If I need to exit only when an […]

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There’s a window in Visual Studio which enable you to run code regardless of where and what you’re currently debugging. That magical windows is known as the Immediate window. To use it all you need to do is write valid code – such as System.Console.Write(“Hello”) and presto: Countless developers have used this window during debugging […]

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