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IM 55: Debuggers Considered Useful (AAC)

November 20, 2011 20:38:43.679

Welcome to episode 55 of Independent Misinterpretations - a Smalltalk and dynamic language oriented podcast with James Robertson and David Buck.

This week Dave and I address the (completely misguided, in our opinion) meme that "you don't need a debugger". As you might expect from a couple of experienced Smalltalk hands, we don't think much that :)

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Re: IM 55: Debuggers Considered Useful (AAC)

[anonymous] November 21, 2011 8:00:05.588

The podcast startup was a little confusing. All the labelling is correct, and the actual content is correct, but in your intro, you call it Episode 50, and mention that Niall Ross will be talking about organizing ESUG.

Re: IM 55: Debuggers Considered Useful (AAC)

[James Robertson] November 21, 2011 10:22:27.128

Doh. I pulled the wrong intro. Fixed and reposted the audio.

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