Mainly in Spain: .NET Debugging Workshop at Microsoft Ibérica
The RevDeBug (The Reverse Debugger that is formerly known as Time Machine for .NET), the team of David Roberts, Kamil Kupcewicz, and Adam Kruszewski made their way to Madrid on September 12th for a workshop on Reverse Debugging at the offices of Microsoft Ibérica.
Along the way to the workshop, of course, there was some sightseeing. It was learned very quickly why not so many Spaniards venture out into the hot sun during the late afternoon. Warm weather and sunny days greeted the guys, but they were actually treated to the sporadic rain in Spain, which was not dull but extraordinary to feel.
Adam Kruszewski, who is the inventor of RevDeBug, gave a talk on Debugging. He worked through how one would use Reverse Debugging to eliminate the time spent looking for errors in the code.
There were terrific and challenging audience questions, as well as some license giveaways for a free year of RevDeBug. The video of the workshop will be posted as soon as possible.
It is in Spain. Naturally, there had to be a meme with the most interesting man in the world thrown in for good measure.
Afterward, the Meetup made its way to the local restaurant, Urrecho for beers, good times, and seafood hors d'oeuvres.
We had a lovely time in Madrid and must thank the organizers of MSCoders Madrid and MadridDOTNET, as well as Microsoft Ibérica, for this opportunity to share RevDeBug with their group. We hope to revisit them and their beautiful city very soon.