John Robbins heads up the consulting and debugging services of Wintellect, a software consulting and education firm. John wrote the book "Debugging Microsoft .NET and Microsoft Windows Applications" (Microsoft Press) and writes the Bugslayer column for MSDN magazine. Additionally, he speaks at major software development conferences around the world. Based in New Hampshire, John takes an evil delight in finding and fixing impossible bugs in other people's programs.
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Contributions from John Robbins
- Error when running VC++ app in debug mode
- VB code to detect and read motherboard serial number using WMI
- Can you recommend a good Java compiler?
- Using DOS extenders on NT-kernel-based OSes
- What are the differences among SGML, HTML and XML?
- Automatically connect to FTP and upload files
- Problem with ActiveX on Win2000
- Setting octal values
- Problem running a DCOM application
- VB6 permission problems
- Why can only one autoexec.bat file be on a boot disk?
- What app should I use to open an .epo or .eps file?
- How can I get a username at ASP pages to connect to our site by dial up?
- What are the differences among addressing modes like immediate, indirect and indexed?
- Obtaining file names in the default directory of an FTP server via a script
- How do I capture the screen of the client system using VC++?
- What is a .RAR file and how do I make it work?
- Legacy DOS program that uses serial communication will not work above 19,200 bps
- What is a bug tracking system?
- Can you define what constitutes "redesign?"