Deploy RevDeBug: Benefits for Managers

By Tom Makowski
During the previous few articles, we have talked about how RevDeBug saves developers from debugging nightmares and saves time. We have also explained the benefits of reverse debugging - compared to the headache inducing traditional method - from...
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Working and Playing Hard in Kiev

By Kamil Kupcewicz
The Time Machine for .NET team traveled to Kiev to spend a schedule packed debugging style trip. Filled with business, coding, beer and good times, it was a trip which will not be forgotten anytime soon. 
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How to use Microsoft Visual Studio Diagnostic Tools with RevDeBug

By Tom Makowski
Finding and fixing bugs isn’t easy. It can be like making a puzzle, where several pieces are missing, you don’t know how it should look when finished and the only clues you’ve found online are in another language. Oh, and Google Translate doesn’t...
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What are the benefits of using reverse debugging?

By Tom Makowski
Finding and fixing bugs takes time. Sometimes finding them takes even longer than deploying the solution. Traditional methods are neither elegant nor an effective use of your time.There are numerous ways to hunt for bugs, including locating them...
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User Testimonial: AMCON SOFT

By Tom Makowski
At the moment Time Machine for .NET is in the very early stage of launching, and we have released the product to a select few Software houses that have agreed to take part. Amconsoft was one of the first companies to sign up for early access and...
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What Is Reverse Debugging?

By Tom Makowski
Traditional debugging takes time. Sometimes, a lot of time, especially if an unhandled exception is hidden deep within the code, or the bug has caused throughout a program, with multiple negative repercussions.
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