Archive for the ‘EasyDbg’ Category

START: Software Trace Analysis in Real Time

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

Memory Dump Analysis Services is working on the “Start It” button:

- Dmitry Vostokov @ + -

Debugging in 2021: Trends for the Next Decade (Part 1)

Friday, December 17th, 2010

As the new decade is approaching (2011-2020) we would like to make a few previews and predictions:

- Increased complexity of software will bring more methods from biological, social sciences and humanities in addition to existing methods of automated debugging and computer science techniques

- Focus on first fault software problem solving (when aspect)

- Focus on pattern-driven software problem solving (how aspect)

- Fusion of debugging and malware analysis into a unified structural and behavioral pattern framework

- Visual debugging, memory and software trace visualization techniques

- Software maintenance certification

- Focus on domain-driven troubleshooting and debugging tools as a service (debugware TaaS)

- Focus on security issues related to memory dumps and software traces

- New scripting languages and programming language extensions for debugging

- The maturation of the science of memory snapshots and software traces (memoretics)

Imagining is not not limited to the above and more to come and explain in the forthcoming parts.

- Dmitry Vostokov @ + -

Welcome to Tool Objects!

Friday, October 8th, 2010

I aim to release a beta version of that unified troubleshooting system together with EasyDbg (as WinDbg add-on) in a few months after finishing porting it to x64 platform. The system is very customizable and similar buttons can be created to launch troubleshooting tools and execute troubleshooting units of work for any client and server applications. It will also be covered in the forthcoming Software Troubleshooting and Debugging Tools presentation.

- Dmitry Vostokov @ + -