Sep 01, 2014
Download In a world increasingly run by software, failures caused by bugs have never been more visible or high profile. However, a study from the Judge Business School of the University of Cambridge, UK, published in 2013, found that the global cost of debugging software has risen to $312 billion annually. Finding and fixing bugs faster, in a more predictable and productive way, is vital for developers and managers. This whitepaper explores the various debugging options currently available to developers and nine types of hard-to-find C++ bugs made simple with reversible debugging.