I know that for a lot of you this is a bit far into the future, but I thought it would be nice to run through a few of my lab scenarios to show off some of the new features in Visual Studio 2010.  I am sure that I will miss a bunch of cool features here as this post is just based on my first experience with this, but I will likely post more about these features as we get closer to RTM.  As we are only in Beta, anything and everything may change before RTM and the below is just based on my own impressions so there may be other better ways of doing things. Why debug dumps with Visual Studio I love WinDbg and will probably continue using it for many years to come since it is a very simple and clean and powerful debugger.  I do realize though that not everyone debugs production issues (hangs/crashes etc.) every day (at least i hope not:)), and that most developers are very comfortable in Visual Studio.NET, so it is nice to be able to stay within that tool where you recognize the IDE and structure

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First look at debugging .NET 4.0 dumps in Visual Studio 2010