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VSTS Profiler

Company: Microsoft

Average User Rating (3 reviews)

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    Version Reviewing: 2010

    "Multiple monitors allowing you to have a monitor to work with code,"

    by Sigurjon on May 4, 2012 6:09 AM

    I’m very impressed with the overall combination of technologies and tools and the overall improvements to Visual Studio

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    Version Reviewing: 2010

    "Good use of performance analyst time"

    by Srinivas on Nov 1, 2011 10:42 AM

    I really like this feature inside Visual Studio 2010. Works pretty cool for C#. I would like to see something similar for tracing into SQL.

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    Version Reviewing: VS 2010

    "Works for live tracing but will hurt performance"

    by Todd on Sep 1, 2011 12:37 PM

    Visual Studio Team System Profiler is available integrated into the VSTS suite and Development version of Visual Studio. I like how it can measure concurrency contention for resources. As with most things you measure, it will hurt performance, but you can take a snapshot and put it on a hard drive for off-line analysis.

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What does this code do?

public class Demo { 
    public void method1() { 
        synchronized (String.class) { 
            System.out.println("on String.class object");       
            synchronized (Integer.class) { 
                System.out.println("on Integer.class object"); 

Programming Language: Java


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