debugging debugging  /di ˈbə ɡɪŋ/


  • (v) locate and correct errors in a computer program code


  1. Besides literature, the teams sometimes bring in clothing, radios, even debugging equipment to foil police surveillance.
  2. Computer professionals and other debugging managers will be on the job--and on the road--during the millennial holiday season.
  3. Just four blocks from the White House, an electronics store named the Spy Shop is doing a thriving business selling both eavesdropping and debugging equipment.


  1. Senior Systems Analyst

    • Deliver solid, well documented program code; • Perform analysis, thorough testing, and debugging; • Identify potential problems and recommend alternative solutions; • Assist in programming estimates; • Prepare code to our designs and GUI standards; • Complete assigned tasks timely and accurately; • Report status of assigned tasks; • Be a team player working in close cooperation with project ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Rigzone

  2. Register Now for NetCom Learning’s Upcoming Webinar on Advanced Debugging with Visual Studio 2012

    Learn about Visual Studio 2012 MCSD certifications & advanced debugging skills at free interactive webinar. (PRWeb June 19, 2013) Read the full story at
    on June 19, 2013     Source: PRWeb

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