Cyrus says he does not have to use debugger in managed code.
"With managed code I tend to write smaller, simpler objects with simple messages that are easy to understand and verify. Tracking a bug down is usually quite simple because you'll either have an exception, or you can pretty easily figure out where the error occurred."
Totally agree. I program in C#. I remember used debugging feature in Visual Studio only twice from march 2002 - just to show folks how to attach the studio to the ASPNET process. There is just no need for debugger, IMHO. If compiler does not find the error - you would get runtime exception. And you have trace in web also. More than that. It is quite a lot time for now that I compile all my projects in release mode.
Friday, June 11, 2004 3:44 PM