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Tools for Your Debugging Toolbox - Debugging Toolbox This article was just updated to include an internal Microsoft tool that is now public. There are many free tools used to troubleshoot and debug software. Below I present a list of the tools that my peers and I use most of the time. Though most of the tools below are free Microsoft tools, not all are very well known. If you’re a Microsoft Premier customer and think it’s a good idea for you and your team to learn from a Developer PFE about when and how these tools should be used (with demos), contact your TAM (Technical Account Manager) and tell him/her you’re interested on the PFE Developer Toolbox Chalk Talk. Also, if you want to see some interesting videos of a Developer PFE debugging an application take a look at these videos. Note: This article includes most tools from this blog post plus some more. - Performance Monitor - PAL - Process Monitor - Process Explorer - MPSReport - SPSReport - SPDisposeCheck - Dependency Walker - SQL Nexus - LogParser - Indihiang - PowerShell - Application Verifier
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So, what exactly is an argument map? | Argunet This is a quick introduction into argument maps: How to create them, how to read them and what you can expect to get out of it. An Argunet argument map visualises the structure of complex argumentations and debates as a graphical network. In this network all nodes are either sentences or arguments and all relations between them are either attack or support relations. The reconstruction and visualisation with argument maps can be useful in many ways: Argument maps can give you a fast overview over the state of a debateArgument maps help you to remember complex argumentation structuresThe logical reconstruction allows a detailed analysis and evaluation of arguments and dialectic strategiesArgument maps help to keep focused on relevant parts of the debate by filtering out irrelevant or redundant informationArgument maps help concentrate on a rational, fair debateArgument maps can guide and structure live discussions. How do I read an argument map? Sentences Arguments Reconstructed Arguments