Thursday, April 07, 2011

Mickey Makes IntelliTrace Make Sense

Team System Rocks! - Exploring IntelliTrace Part 1 – IntelliTrace Options

"As I mentioned in a previous blog post, I’ll be speaking on IntelliTrace at Tech Ed 2001 – North America. This blog post is the first in a series that I’ll publish as I delve into IntelliTrace in more detail, in preparation for my talk.

IntelliTrace is enabled by default in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate, but it is configured so as to only capture some basic information, so as to not impact application performance. I thought a good starting point would be to look and see what the different configuration options for IntelliTrace are.

To access the IntelliTrace options in Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate, select Tools | Options. This will open the Options window. Scroll down until you see the IntelliTrace node. Expand the IntelliTrace node and select General.



Mickey Gousset (@mickey_gousset) is both giving us what looks to be an interesting series on a new feature of VS2010 that we've heard allot about, but maybe don't use as well as we can, and giving us a sneak peak at his TechEd presentation [Insert two for one statement here]


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