Getting the Measure of Your Application

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 31 Jul 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

The idea of ‘instrumenting’ an application often seems to puzzle application developers. Modern IDEs are so full of code-tracers, debuggers and profilers that developers seem to resent the idea that applications should be designed and developed so as to be measurable. The application’s methods need to be instrumented so that, on demand, the application can […]...

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