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September 08, 2004

Website for Find the Bug

I finally put up a very simple website for Find the Bug. Believe it or not I spent most of the time in Corel Draw, hacking up the front cover to make it into a horizontal banner.

I was talking to a friend at work today and I was trying to describe the book. It's hard to describe it in a single sentence. It's not quite "Help you improve your debugging skills", or "Get better at code reading" or "Have fun solving code puzzles". It's a bit of all of those.

I was reading Chris Sells' post What Makes A Book Successful? and the one that concerns me is having a significant audience. In one sense any programmer could benefit (IMHO), but then again the book is somewhat unique so it is hard to categorize the audience (which is related to the fact that it is hard to categorize the book). But it's exactly the same as the What's wrong with this code? puzzle that Larry Osterman posted today, so I think there is a market for this.

Well, we will start to see in a few weeks.

Posted by AdamBa at September 8, 2004 09:54 PM

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