.NET Rocks!

Chrome Developer Tools with Shay Friedman

Episode #1072 Wednesday, December 10, 2014

While at NDC in London, Carl and Richard talk to Shay Friedman about the Chrome Developer Tools. The conversation starts out talking a bit about the state of web development, the jump in JavaScript performance, and the huge increase in the complexity of web applications - which naturally leads to the challenge of debugging said JavaScript-based applications. Enter the Chrome Developer Tools. Firefox was the original web developer browser, but Chrome has slid into that slot with more capabilities than ever. More than just element inspection, the Chrome Developer Tools let you look at your web application executing on the browser. Shay talks about tracking down memory leaks in complex Javascript code, where many variables are created, but few are destroyed. You need these tools in your kit!


Shay Friedman

Shay Friedman is co-founder and Web division leader at CodeValue. He is also the author of IronRuby Unleashed, a Microsoft C# MVP, and a part of OzCode, a Visual Studio debugging extension that makes C# debugging magical. He started his way with computers at the age of 8 and since the age of 16 he’s been working professionally. Shay specializes in various programming languages like C#, JavaScript, Ruby and Python, as well as various technologies like AngularJS, Ruby on Rails, ASP.NET MVC and Microsoft Azure. He is a well known speaker and is frequently requested in numerous international conferences and as course trainer.


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