sure that as you read "Debugging" you said to yourself, "that reminds me
of the time I wrestled with that nasty semaphore bug" or some equally fascinating
war story that we'd all like to hear. You can send it in to Debugging
Rules and we'll take a look at it, and probably post it here on the " Insights from your fellow debuggers"
page. Don't worry if you don't write well, we're going to edit it
before it hits the web. Oh, and of course, if you send something, you
are explicitly giving us permission to edit it and publish it, royalty-free,
in any way we desire. If you don't want details (like your name, or
your idiot boss's name, or your company which might be embarrassed by the
whole sordid affair) published, just leave those details out. We'll
probably change names to protect everyone anyway, but it can't hurt to hide
that information from us as well.
You may also have some ideas or comments on debugging, on the book,
or on the poster. We'd love to hear and share them.
To send an idea, comment or story, click on: Send a Story and type it up
as an email. We'll try to respond with an acknowledgement at least
in a few days.
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