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Episode Info: t tests so that it is caught in the future.Ask yourself: “Are there other places that might have this same bug?” If so, fix them, too.If it took a while to fix this bug, ask yourself why?Is there anything you can do (i.e. refactor) that would make it easier in the future.If the bug is due to someone else’s wrong assumption, discuss the issue with the whole team.If one person misunderstood, it’s likely that others did, too.Part of your debugging checklist should include: Are your tests complete?Resources We Like The Pragmatic Programmer by Andrew Hunt, David Thomas (Amazon)The Pragmatic Bookshelf ( Tip of the Week Preview your markdown in VS Code by using CMD+K V on macOS or CTRL+K V on Windows.Use LINQPad as your ultimate .NET scratchpad. (LINQPad)Use vimtutor to learn VI.Reversee – The super simple reverse proxy web debugger.......
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