Know this: CodeCop v3.1 let’s you create types at runtime without dynamic compilation

One of the most difficult challenges for anyone that strives to create a breakthrough product or service is keeping up with its steady pace towards innovation. That is certainly one of my main concerns every time I add new bits to CodeCop or to any other software I build. I’ve been experimenting a lot with…

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CodeCop v3.0 – Just when you thought it couldn’t get any better

Hey dear reader, in case you haven’t noticed, we’ve just pushed v.3.0, a new major release of CodeCop onto nuget. Fasten your seat belt as this is going to be a speedy ride! This version is all about performance CodeCop was fast enough already for a live method interception library. We didn’t had any customers…

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How to profile your .NET application without modifying its code

You wouldn’t believe how many developers exist out there who profile a .NET application by writing instrumentation logic directly and repeatedly onto its code. From tiny to big corporations, on small or large-scale projects you still see people doing this: There’s nothing wrong with this sort of approach if you’re doing it for a couple…

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