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James Gilmore

Reflector 9.0 Released: What We Learned About C# 6

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Last week we released .NET Reflector 9.0. As Ben Emmett explained in his blog post, we’ve been working on support for decompiling the new language features in C# 6 (as well as VB14). You’ll find more details about the release itself in the release notes, and for customers of version 7 or higher you can […]

27 November 2015 3:38 pm by
James Gilmore

Profiling PowerShell cmdlets with ANTS Performance Profiler

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Following the early lead of Exchange Server 2007, Citrix’s XenDesktop SDK (which I was fortunate enough to work on), and now the Azure platform, PowerShell is being used more and more to provide the scriptable interface to proprietary systems. At Red Gate I’m usually profiling cmdlets to test the profiler itself – PowerShell is a […]

13 March 2013 6:35 pm by
James Gilmore

Continuous profiling for websites

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The .NET division at Red Gate have been working on a new way of profiling ASP.NET applications. Traditional profiling tools live on the developer’s workstation and run in short bursts while the developer wrestles with a particular performance problem. If you’re a web developer, you’ll start and stop WebDev or IIS Express, or maybe a […]

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