Historical Debugging in Visual Studio Team System 2010 What is Historical Debugging in a nutshell? If you’ve been in the development world for any length of time you’ve probably ended up in a situation like one of the following more than a few times.

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Historical Debugging in Visual Studio Team System 2010

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    A very interesting blog post. What would you say was the most common problem?
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