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Author Telles, Matthew

Title Science of Debugging
Published Phoenix : Paraglyph, Incorporated ; LaVergne : Ingram Publisher Services [distributor]
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Description 1 online resource (512 pages) : illustrations
Contents About the Author -- Acknowledgments -- Contents at a Glance -- Table of Contents -- Introduction to Debugging -- Case Studies of Famous (and Not So Famous) Bugs -- What Are Bugs? -- Life Cycle of a Bug -- A Bug Taxonomy -- Detective Work -- Debugging Tools and When to Use Them -- The General Process of Debugging -- Debugging Techniques -- Debugging Different Application Types -- Post Debugging -- Prebugging -- Testing -- Maintenance -- Debugging as a Profession -- Bug Puzzle Solutions -- Additional Reading -- Index
Summary Annotation Written by two master programmers, the book describes the nature of bugs, how they slip through testing, and the issues various bugs have in common. These discussions are supported by case studies of famous and not-so-famous bugs and industrial/academic research and experiments. Each chapter concludes with a "bug problem" and answers to these problems are provided in the last chapter
Audience Trade Paraglyph, Incorporated
Subject Debugging in computer science.
Form Electronic book
Author Hsieh, Yuan.
ISBN 1932111182