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Code that debugs itself

, 17 Feb 2005
A set of macros for detecting and reporting critical errors, combined with a technique of writing solid code.

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Andrew Schetinin
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Israel Israel
Programming computers since entering the university in 1992, but dreaming of programming long time before putting hands on my first computer.
 
Experienced in cross-platform software development using C++ and Java, as well as rapid GUI development using Delphi/C#. Strong background in networking, relational databases, Web development, and mobile platforms.
 
Like playing guitar, visiting historical sites (not in the Internet, in the car Smile | :) ) and cooking meat with friends (sorry about vegetarians). Look for more information on www.schetinin.com

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