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Part 7: Debugging using IPython
Category: Languages > Python      Posted: 21 Jun 09

We discuss the following debugging methods: , using %run -d -b , using %pdb to catch errors, using pdb.set_trace() in source code

XSLT debugging in Visual Studio
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 09 Mar 09

Learn how to use the many features available in Visual Studio for working with XSLT and XML including step-through debugging of XSLT programs

Firebug Breakpoints
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 07 Mar 09

I thought it'd be nice to cover a little bit of Firebug. I've actually been meaning to put together a few screencasts on Firebug. If you like this one, definitely let me know and I'll be sure to put some more together.

In this screencast, I take a quick look at how to use breakpoints in ...

Parellel Extensions .NET
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 06 Feb 09

Looking forward to having an 8 core processor in your desktop box? Maybe your server already does? Unfortunately unless your application is designed to use them 7 of those cores are going to be sitting idle. How do you write multi-threaded programs for .NET without the headaches of race conditions an...

Practical Unit Testing in JavaScript
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 04 Feb 09

At this London JavaScript Meetup, Michael Mathews will talk about Unit Testing in JavaScript. Creating unit tests in JavaScript is easier than you probably think and will make the job of building and debugging your application faster, easier and more reliable. This talk will include a short introduc...

Venkat Subramaniam's Pragmatic Factors for Agile Success
Category: Methodology > Project Managment      Posted: 07 Jun 08

At NFJS Venkat Subramaniam, author with Andy Hunt of "Practices of an Agile Developer," shared his pragmatic approach to some of the important technica...

Introduction to Firebug
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 06 May 08

Firebug is an essential Firefox extension for web designers and developers. You are able to quickly target any element on a page to see the markup, the CSS, the layout, and the DOM in an instant. Not only can you see all of this juicy information, you can edit and see the results directly in the brow...

Debugging with ruby-debug
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 14 Jul 07

This episode will show you how to debug a rails app using ruby-debug: set a breakpoint, inspect variables, change the code and more.

Debugging RJS
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 16 Jun 07

RJS and AJAX can be difficult to debug. Many times you don't get any error message in the browser. Learn different techniques for solving these tricky problems in this episode.

Better JavaScript Debugging in 15 Minutes
Category: Web Development > Javascript      Posted: 10 Jun 07

I have created a 15 minute screencast that will show you how to Debug JavaScript with Firebug. I cover a number of concepts such as using the console, interactive debugger and timer features of the Firebug extension for Firefox. If you haven’t tried Firebug yet, I’m sure that this screencast will...

Introduction to FusionDebug and FusionReactor
Category: Web Development > Coldfusion      Posted: 24 May 07

A one-hour introduction to FusionDebug and FusionReactor, given at the Toronto CFUG

The Stack Trace
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 20 May 07

The stack trace can be a very useful tool when it comes to debugging. Learn the ins and outs of how the stack trace works in this episode. Note: I am using an older version of the Rails bundle here so it might be a little different than yours. The command in the newer version is called Install Plugin...