Set debug=”false” in production ASP.NET applications

I was reminded of this little axiom the other day when I deployed a site that was pretty slow. It is one of those things that I usually remember to do but once in a while forget.

In case you are not sure as to why this should be standard operating procedure (SOP), then take a look at this blog article (Don’t run production ASP.NET Applications with debug=”true” enabled) by ScottGu. He does a lot better job at explaining it than I can do.


About Ken Cenerelli
I am a technical writer/programmer writer/content developer, .NET developer, Microsoft MVP, public speaker, blogger, and Microsoft Azure nerd. I blog about technology at and am on Twitter via @KenCenerelli.

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