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Paul does an excellent job of explaining the technical, intellectual, and
psychological aspects of all phases of debugging: preventing bugs in
the first place, diagnosing and fixing bugs, and making sure that the
same bugs don’t happen again. Applying any or all of the ideas from
this book will improve the overall quality of your software projects.
Sure, the technical issues are well covered but how Paul also explains
the psychological angles is what makes this book exceptional.
Frederic Daoud
Author, Stripes...and Java Web Development Is Fun Again
I wholeheartedly recommend this book to software engineers generally
but more specifically to team leads who need to know how to set up
their teams for best practice.
Allan McLeod
Founder and CTO, Isaacc Software
Debug It! does a great job of setting the scene for debugging and getting you into the right mind-set while also talking about the complications that can arise once the bug is found and squashed. It’s worth a
look for the anecdotes alone, to see the lengths that people go to when
trying to understand truly bizarre defects.
Jon Dickinson
Author, Grails 1.1 Web Application Development
Debugging has been a folk art for so long that it’s great to have someone put all the tried-and-true techniques together. Debug It! is the
perfect book to pull out when you’re disillusioned with the brainbreaking process of creating good software. With this tool chest of
assertions, logging, refactoring, and other good stuff, you’ll feel like
you’re Sherlock Holmes and solving the case is inevitable.
Craig Riecke
Author, Mastering Dojo: JavaScript and Ajax Tools for Great
Web Experiences

This book is like a companion volume to The Pragmatic Programmer,
applying the same focus on craftsmanship to the debugging process.
Ian Dees
Author, Scripted GUI Testing with Ruby
Paul Butcher has brought long overdue attention to the methods of
debugging, a fundamental activity for every software developer yet one
that remains an exercise of intuition and guesswork for most in the
profession. Paul’s gentle writing style belies the discipline in his technique. Before you know it, you’ll be an engineer instead of a hacker.
Bill Karwin
Software Engineer, Karwin Software Solutions, LLC

Debug It!
Find, Repair, and Prevent Bugs in Your Code
Paul Butcher

The Pragmatic Bookshelf
Raleigh, North Carolina Dallas, Texas

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