March 16th, 2011 — Debuggers and Mago — Aldo Nunez

Come at 6:30pm to socialize and eat pizza provided by Summit Group Solutions!


Debuggers are an important tool for helping software engineers get to the root of certain problems. Mago is a graphical debugger dedicated to the D programming language on Windows. It is made up of several independent libraries that can be used for other purposes such as tracing and code analysis.

In this talk, we’ll cover the process of debugging in general, specifics on Windows, and details about Mago’s connection to D.


Aldo Nunez has worked on embedded software since graduating with a B.A. in Computer Science from New York University in 2001. He first programmed BASIC on the VTech PreComputer 1000, and is interested in programming language tools and video games.


Aldo’s slides. Video, Part I and Part II.