May 15, 2012

Inside Windows® Debugging--A Practical Guide to Debugging and Tracing Strategies in Windows®

Microsoft Press

Inside Windows Debugging

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Sebastopol, CA—Rethink your use of Windows debugging and tracing tools—and learn how to make them a key part of test-driven software development—with Inside Windows Debugging (Microsoft Press, $39.99 USD). Led by Tarik Soulami, a member of the Windows Fundamentals Team at Microsoft, you'll apply expert debugging and tracing techniques—and sharpen your C++ and C# code analysis skills—through practical examples and common scenarios. Learn why experienced developers use debuggers in every step of the development process, and not just when bugs appear.

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Tarik Soulami is a principal development lead on the Windows Fundamentals Team at Microsoft.

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Inside Windows Debugging Inside Windows® Debugging
Publisher: Microsoft Press
By Tarik Soulami
Print ISBN: 9780735662780   Ebook ISBN: 9780735662766  
Pages: 592
Print Price: $39.99   Ebook Price: $31.99  

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