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Reading tea leaves – Danny Thorpe

Posted by jpluimers on 2010/05/12

A short while ago, [WayBackDanny Thorpe posted an answer about multithreading issues on StackOverflow.com [WayBack] which reminded me a lot about a BorCon session he did.
That session is called [WayBack] “Reading Tea Leaves: The Fine Art of Debugging“, it is still very current (a lot of it is not Delphi specific at all: it can be applied to a broad range of platforms), and I was glad to find that [WayBack] Joe White made [WayBacksome great notes and posted them on his blog.

Edit 20100513T0830:  (thanks Mario!) Don’t you love 404 :-)
The blog from Joe White seem to be down, and the web archive of his blog didn’t have that particular page, but the google cache has.

–jeroen

PS:
Danny is a great writer; I’m really glad he [WayBackshowed up at StackOverflow.
Here is another very [WayBacknice answer from him on concurrency in software using read-write, locking, interlocked increment and more.

3 Responses to “Reading tea leaves – Danny Thorpe”

  1. François said

    Yep. “Reading the tea leaves” was a great session. Got me starting using the CPU View more…

  2. Mario said

    Jeroen,

    It appears the link to Joe White post is broken.

    Regards,
    Mario

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