I was fortunate enough to be selected to demonstrate Runtime Intelligence in Dave Mendlen’s keynote at Dev Connections a few days ago. Everything was very well orchestrated and it was a fantastic experience. There were a couple thousand people in attendance and plenty of energy. When it was my turn I started by making two predictions:
That the audience would see an “easy way to use Visual Studio to allow your
application to tell you
how it being used in the field” – or a breakthrough that takes feedback driven development
to an entirely new level.
And that a year from now these techniques will be familiar and some of them would be accustom to using this information to drive application development decisions.
I talked about how Dotfuscator continues to evolve and now includes Runtime Intelligence, the ability to instrument applications to gather real world runtime data.
And I showed them runtime intelligence information within the Visual Studio 2010 code editor and demonstrated it being used to make better decisions faster
You can watch the entire presentation on our YouTube channel