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- Elsevier Science 2005; US$ 72.95
Why Programs Fail is about bugs in computer programs, how to find them, how to reproduce them, and how to fix them in such a way that they do not occur anymore. This is the first comprehensive book on systematic debugging and covers a wide range of tools and techniques ranging from hands-on observation to fully automated diagnoses, and includes instructions... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2006; US$ 109.95
For today's programmers, it is impossible to foresee every input, every usage scenario, and every combination of applications that can cause errors when run simultaneously. Given all of these unknowns, writing absolutely bug-free code is unachievable. But it is possible, with the right knowledge, to produce nearly bug-free code and The Debugger's Handbook... more...
- Elsevier Science 2009; US$ 63.95
This book is proof that debugging has graduated from a black art to a systematic discipline. It demystifies one of the toughest aspects of software programming, showing clearly how to discover what caused software failures, and fix them with minimal muss and fuss. The fully updated second edition includes 100+ pages of new material, including new... more...
- Springer 2010; US$ 159.00
Debugging becomes more and more the bottleneck to chip design productivity, especially while developing modern complex integrated circuits and systems at the Electronic System Level (ESL). Today, debugging is still an unsystematic and lengthy process. Here, a simple reporting of a failure is not enough, anymore. Rather, it becomes more and more important... more...
- No Starch Press 2008; US$ 31.95
The Art of Debugging illustrates the use of three of the most popular debugging tools on Linux/Unix platforms: GDB, DDD, and Eclipse. In addition to offering specific advice for debugging with each tool, authors Norm Matloff and Pete Salzman cover general strategies for improving the process of finding and fixing coding errors, including how to inspect... more...
- No Starch Press 2011; US$ 31.95
Although ominous-sounding terms like zero-day and exploit are widely used, even many security professionals dont know how bug hunters actually find and attack software security flaws. In A Bug Hunters Diary , readers follow along with security expert Tobias Klein as he tracks down and exploits bugs in some of the... more...
- Springer 2013; US$ 20.99
YOU HAVE TO OWN THIS BOOK! Software Exorcism: A Handbook for Debugging and Optimizing Legacy Code takes an unflinching, no bulls$ look at behavioral problems in the software engineering industry, shedding much-needed light on the social forces that make it difficult for programmers to do their job. Do you have a co-worker who perpetually writes bad... more...
- Elsevier Science 2003; US$ 82.95
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. It uses the methods of literary detectives such as Sherlock Holmes, the techniques of mathematical problem solving, the results... more...