Debugging complex code can be an intimidating and time-consuming task, but it doesn’t have to be. With the right strategies, you can quickly identify and remedy issues in your code. In this article, we’ll cover some of the most effective techniques for debugging complex code including using print statements, breakpoints, test-driven development, refactoring for readability, utilizing debuggers and automated tools – plus more!
IoT devices have become ubiquitous. Given the number of new devices being deployed all over the world and far from the desks of developers, it is imperative to have a solid set of tools to manage them without being directly connected to them via JTAG, USB, or SSH. The necessary tasks in the IoT device lifecycle include device deployment and management, remote monitoring, and over-the-air (OTA) software updates.
A good developer knows how to debug code. In fact, most software engineers spend the majority of their time debugging existing code rather than writing new code. When it comes to native app development, debugging and tracking errors during development can be a tricky task. So, in this post, I’ll help you understand how you can debug your React Native applications and also track errors during app development.
The shift to cloud computing and distributed systems has brought about many benefits, but it has also introduced new challenges when it comes to debugging. Traditional debugging methods such as logging and breakpoints can be less effective in these environments because they often rely on a central point of control and visibility. In a distributed system, there may be multiple components running in different locations, making it difficult to track down the root cause of an error.