One of the issues when dealing with legacy code is missing information. Unlike newly developed code which has up to date documentation or at least some developers who know design decisions and implementation details. Legacy code is a completely different story - the original developers usually are not around to answer any questions, documentation is … Continue reading Using nDepend to understand, and improve legacy code
If you’ve been developing software for a few years you might have noticed an increase in the need of parallel programming and it’s no wonder in these day and time when most computers have at least 2 cores that can run two actions at the same time. Along with the need comes the solution - … Continue reading Best multi threaded programming tool ever!
disclaimer - I work at Typemock and I am part of the Racer development team. I saw a post today on Dev102.Com – Free Tool for Managed and Unmanaged Deadlock Detection. The post is about a Visual Studio extension that help developer of managed and unmanaged code debug threaded code - Debug Inspector. This extension … Continue reading Two Free Tools for Deadlock Detection