This is a Kindle version of March 2009 magazine issue. It contains 12-page WinDbg command supplement to pattern-driven memory dump analysis methodology developed by Software Diagnostics Institute (DumpAnalysis.org + TraceAnalysis.org) available only in print and Kindle versions. Visit www.DebuggingExperts.com for other issues. From the introduction: “Welcome to the first issue of Debugged! MZ/PE magazine! More than 3 years ago I conceived an idea of a Debugging Gazette but was swayed by a blogging wave. Last year DumpAnalysis.org together with OpenTask iterative and incremental publisher announced 2009 as The Year of Debugging, 2010 as The Year of Dump Analysis and the magazine is the vital part of this initiative. The goal of every issue is to be useful as much as possible and be on a desk of practicing engineers for as long as possible. By engineers, I mean software engineers in general, software technical support and escalation engineers, and software test engineers. To achieve this goal, every issue features useful tables and charts in full colour and back covers can be used as mini posters featuring tips on debugging. The focus is on Windows debugging but not limited to if any information about other platforms is of sufficient generality. Despite an economic downturn and recession, we decided to go ahead and even increased the number of pages for the first issue. This issue features 12-page WinDbg command supplement to pattern-driven memory dump analysis methodology (available only in print and Kindle versions), an overview of Win32dd complete memory dumper, and PowerDbg enhancements to debug ASP.NET code. – Dmitry Vostokov – Editor-in-Chief. “
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Successful organizations are constantly searching for new ideas. Historically, organizations have looked to their employees and select partners. They have used techniques like brainstorming to gather and evaluate ideas. However, in today’s market, talent and new ideas can be found everywhere.
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Backlinks: Why These Are Helpful To You
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Bitcoin: A Beginner’s Guide to Cryptocurrency
Bitcoins have shaken the financial world to its very core in a way that no one could have predicted when they first came into existence less than a decade ago. Since their inception, billions have been made and lost in a quest to maximize profit while minimizing risk. If you are looking for ways to do the former while minimizing your chance at the latter, then Bitcoin: A Beginner’s Guide is the book that you have been waiting for.
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