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Creating a Custom .NET Profiler

, 4 Sep 2006
Describes how to create your own custom profiler for any managed application

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scott_hackett

United States United States
It all started when my folks were nice enough to drop $400 on a TI-99/4A and an adapter so I could save programs on my casette player. That, and a subscription to Compute! magazine, was the thunderbolt that got me to where I am today.
 
I live in NC where I've worked with Microsoft technology for 11 years. I now work for SlickEdit working on the Tools for Visual Studio 2005 product. Writing software that I use myself every day... could it get any better than that?

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