Bugs happen, and when they do, developers need to be ready to remove those bugs. While debugging tools are important, without methodology they'll always be stabs in the dark. In this talk, we'll walk through debugging a program using repeatable methods. Starting with confirming your assumptions, we'll walk through the steps any developer can take to fix any bug.


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ROBERT A GADON at 16:45 on 8 Feb 2020

Good well organized talk. Useful strategies for systematic problem solving (without going insane).

As an overly emotional debugger, this talk was immensely helpful. Applying a straightforward system, consistently will really speed up finding the solution to the bug and create confidence from our stakeholders that we have not lost total control of our systems.