Tuesday, August 30, 2016

6:30 PM

  • C2FO

    4210 Shawnee Mission Pkwy, Fairway, KS (map)
     

  • Meetup Description
    Difficult Debugging: Learning from Utter Nonsense
    For programmers, debugging is a frequently encountered task. Most of the time the issue is trivial and the solution easily uncovered. Unfortunately, there are times where a bug’s symptoms are confusing and trick us into evaluating the problem erroneously. As a result, we lose a lot of time investigating and testing.
    We’ll explore a bug that took about a solid month of investigation to figure out and resolve. This bug was so simple and its results so sporadic that even with four engineers looking at it, no one knew what was going on. However, with the right techniques, this bug could have been solved in under a week and I’m going to show you how.
    As a bonus, I will introduce tools and techniques which will help you with day-to-day development and debugging. These techniques are focused on web development, but can be applicable to most developers.
    What you’ll learn:
    •  How bugs can mislead investigative efforts
    •  How to tackle perplexing bugs
    •  Tools and techniques which will help with day-to-day developing and debugging
    •  Linters (JSLint/ESLint) — why you should use them
    •  Introduction to built-in browser tools

    C2FO will be providing food and drinks for everyone to enjoy.

    Presenter Bio
    Rory is a software engineer, mentor, and instructor at Cerner. His primary focus has been web development since his internship with the Oregon State University Foundation and graduating from OSU in 2012. His favorite programing language is JavaScript. Outside of work, he continues to enjoy helping others to succeed and enjoys playing various video games (Final Fantasy or Zelda genres). He plays several instruments including the clarinet, saxophone, and ocarina.

    Sponsor Info
    C2F0 - 4210 Shawnee Mission Pkwy #400A, Fairway, KS 66205

    Getting There
    Visual Queues: The building immediately west of Stroud's on Shawnee Mission Parkway. Micro-directions: When you get to the building, there is a parking garage on the back side with an entrance to the 3rd floor. Directly after walking through the double doors immediately turn left and walk towards the 2nd suite on your left.
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