Look at the following code:
The Visual Studio Team is in the process of switching the debugging engine (at least since VS 2013). Today I experienced a really scary behavior.
Here is a screenshot of the legacy engine and the new one – both failing to show me that the List<T> contains 75 items, but in different ways.
After an Update of Visual Studio 2015 (14) I wanted to use my usual keyboard short cut ([ALT] + [D]) to expand the “Debug”-menu and …
Junctions are really useful.
Pretty simple with the search and replace of Visual Studio using Regular Expressions:
Ok, this is kind of a rant post. I acknowledge that Microsoft is really really doing a good job at certain (developer) spots (ASP.NET, Visual Studio, IIS, SQL Server, …). But NOT at the browser developer tools – I’m listing my issues here, hoping the IE-Team will listen and make the world better for everybody.
For security reasons request sizes are limited by default. This is configurable in the web.config file through the httpRuntime sections maxRequestLength attribute. The value is an integer and it’s default value is 4096 (KB) and therefor is 4,153,344 bytes or 4 MB.