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Debugging by Thinking

A Multidisciplinary Approach

by Robert C. Metzger

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Published by Elsevier, Ebsco Publishing [Distributor] in New York, Ipswich .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsQA76.9.D43M48 2004
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] :
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Open LibraryOL27029751M
ISBN 100080503810
ISBN 109780080503813

Jun 13,  · The nine rules of debugging. Debugging doesn’t expose you to specific debugging tools like the ones you’d find in Visual Studio. It’s more about adopting a debugging mindset. Once you’ve absorbed that mindset, you can debug anything, from the leak in . Debugging by Thinking, by Robert Metzger. I have to admit, after reading three books about debugging I was about ready to quit, and at pages Metzger is the longest of the lot. The subtitle “a multidisciplinary approach” refers to six styles of thinking around which the book is structured.

Debugging is the process of finding and resolving defects or problems within a computer program that prevent correct operation of computer software or a system.. Debugging tactics can involve interactive debugging, control flow analysis, unit testing, integration testing, log file analysis, monitoring at the application or system level, memory dumps, and profiling. I just finished reading David Agans' wonderful book, "Debugging". I've worked in the software development field for many years and I wish I had this book when I started out. I really like his approach to debugging because it is practical and methodical. In a nutshell, David suggests that you should trust no one, "stop thinking and look"/5(55).

It changes the way readers think about debugging, making those pesky problems suddenly much easier to find and gemhallphotography.comrating the rules with real-life bug-detection war stories, the book shows readers how to:* Understand the system: how perceiving the ""roadmap"" can hasten your journey* Quit thinking and look: when hands-on investigation can. Debugging Strategies _____ Based on a handout by Eric Roberts, Mehran Sahami, and Nick Parlante Much of your time as a computer programmer will likely be spent debugging. This phenomenon is best described by a quotation from one of the first computer pioneers, Maurice Wilkes.


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This book makes those shelves of application-specific debugging books (on C++, Perl, Java, etc.) obsolete.

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This acclaimed book by Robert Charles Metzger is available at gemhallphotography.com in several formats for your eReader. Mar 02,  · David A. Wheeler's Review of Debugging by David J.

Agans March 2, It's not often you find a classic, but I think I've found a new classic for software and computer hardware developers. It's David J. Agan's Debugging: The 9 Indispensable Rules for Finding Even the Most Elusive Software and Hardware Problems (ISBN ).

This book. Consider getting hold of the book "Debugging" by David J Agans. The subtitle is "The 9 Indispensable Rules for Finding Even the Most Elusive Software and Hardware Problems". His list of debugging rules — available in a poster form at the web site (and there's a link for the book, too) is: Understand the system; Make it fail; Quit thinking and.

I won't touch on kernel mode debugging, or advanced debugging techniques such as remote or multi-process debugging. This book is intended for those with minimal experience with WinDbg who have found the learning curve too daunting to incur while trying to maintain their day job.

Beginning tips for Debugging¶ Debugging a program is a different way of thinking than writing a program. The process of debugging is much more like being a detective. Here are a few rules to get you thinking about debugging.

Everyone is a suspect (Except Python). Sep 06,  · The official title of this book is quite a mouthful: Debugging: The 9 Indispensable Rules for Finding Even the Most Elusive Software and Hardware Problems, by David J.

Agans. Agans distills debugging techniques down to nine essential rules and includes engineering war. [gemhallphotography.com] Dealing with People You Can't Stand, Revised and Expanded Third Edition: How to Bring Out the Best in People at Their Worst By Rick Kirschner, Rick Brinkman.

Dec 03,  · Debugging by Thinking describes various approaches to debugging and fills in a long-time gap in the software engineering library. 'To err is human'--software developers may know this fact better than other engineers. Debugging offers the only help for code errors, and this book analyses it as a mental discipline/5(6).Dec 03,  · Debugging by Thinking: A Multi-Disciplinary Approach is the first book to apply the wisdom of six disciplines-logic, mathematics, psychology, safety analysis, computer science, and engineering-to the problem of debugging/5(4).Mar 22,  · The Debugging Mindset Debugging is simply a domain-specific term for problem solving.

Bugs are described as word problems: for example, "An out-of-bounds write to object O causes corruption of adjacent memory when conditions A and B are both true." One way people may force themselves into entity-framework thinking is an overreliance on.