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Automating the Reporting of Critical Errors in Your Program

, 2 Dec 2012 CPOL
How to automate collecting information about critical errors occurring in your program to greatly simplify your life in sense of bug analysis and troubleshooting.

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OlegKrivtsov
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I am a software developer currently living in Tomsk, Russia. I received a PhD degree in Computer Science from Tomsk Polytechnic University in 2010. I have been professionally developing C/C++ and PHP software since 2005. I like contributing to open-source and writing programming articles for popular web resources, like CodeProject. Besides writing, I love skiing and watching Formula-1.

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