We are on tour again!
The last several months have been hectic here at OzCode, as we near the full release of v2.0, which will be sim-shipped to support Visual Studio 2015 RTM upon release. We have some more magic up our sleeves which we are dying to share with you - do stay tuned!
In the mean time, we are excited to be attending this year's Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, which will take place in Orlando, Florida, between the 12th and 16th … more
We are very happy to announce a new v2.0 beta release, which now includes support for Visual Studio 2015 Release Candidate! It has been a race against the clock to finish up this release before catching a flight to San Francisco, where our team is now proudly showing off OzCode's latest and greatest at Microsoft //Build Developer Conference 2015.
You will notice that the Reveal feature is not yet supported in VS2015, but we are working on this with the debugger … more
Wow. We’re finally here.
It’s been a long time coming, since the release of OzCode v1.0 last June, but the OzCode v2.0 beta is finally out!
First, an announcement: if you already own a license to OzCode v1.0, check your email. You’re going to find a very pleasant surprise :)
If you don’t own a license but want to buy OzCode v1.0 now, don’t worry - you will get a free upgrade to v2.0 when it comes out!
Now that that’s out of the way:
Oh, what a long and winding journey it has been. … more
We are happy to announce that, in co-operation with bbv, we will be hosting a Webinar on OzCode v1.0 in German, presented by our friend Philipp Dolder. Here is the full announcement from Philipp: Hallo, ich bin Ihr Gastgeber, Philipp Dolder, Software Architekt bei der bbv Software Services. bbv Software Services ist ein Schweizer Software- und Beratungsunternehmen. bbv steht für Top-Qualität im Software Engineering und für viel Erfahrung in der Umsetzung. Mit der Münchner Niederlassung … more
Following a great effort from both the product team and early adopters, we’re excited to finally announce that OzCode v1.0 is officially released and available for download! It’s been a long journey for us! We’ve been working tirelessly to bring you a rock-solid debugging experience in Visual Studio, and now we’re at the finish line! We would like to sincerely thank each and every one of you – our early adopters, people who tried our beta releases and submitted feedback – you made this possible, … more
Hello, I’m your host, Igal Tabachnik, one of the OzCode developers, here to tell you what we’ve been doing lately. Join us Thursday, June 19th, 15:00 – 16:00 GMT for our very first live webinar, where we’re unveiling OzCode v1.0! In this webinar I will show you for the first time some of the coolest features we’ve been working on. You will learn how OzCode helps you to turn everyday debugging tasks into a pleasurable experience, how to find and fix bugs faster than ever before! The intended … more
We’ve just released a new update of OzCode, which includes a multitude of bug fixes, and also: Keyboard Shortcut Galore ‘Simplify’ now lets you use the debugger to inspect variables and method return values comfortably without constantly dragging the mouse to hover over the variables (or glimpsing at the Autos/Watch window). As you Step Over code, hit Alt+J to start viewing the values. Once the Simplify visualization appears, use Alt+J to go one level down, Alt+K to go one level up through the … more
The wait is over! New OzCode 1.0 Beta release is here! We’ve been hard at work on OzCode as we’re nearing the v1.0 Release, and one of the most pressing issues we faced was to streamline the user experience. One of the most important things for us is stay out of your way as much as possible, yet be there to provide you with most contextual assistance. We’ve done a lot of work analyzing and improving the OzCode experience, based on your feedback, and we believe we’ve managed to blend usefulness … more
We have just released a fresh beta release, with tons of improvements! You can find the complete changelog here, and download the new version from our website.
With this out of the way, let us tell you about the incredible news we have for our Visual Studio 2013 users: Simplify now works in Standard Mode!
One of the first features we’ve ever implemented in OzCode (back when it was called BugAid) was the ability to visualize method return values. We wanted to know what value the function … more
By Michael Parshin The goal of this post is to give a short overview of common mistakes we, .NET devs, tend to make over and over again while debugging our beloved products, day in, day out. Debugging the whole system instead of using unit tests Reproduce, debug, fix, debug, fix, … start the whole system and try to reproduce the buggy behavior, wait until that happens, and then the debugger crashes exactly when you try to check the value of the third element in the array… Sounds familiar? It … more