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Our next session of Book Club will feature “Advanced Apple Debugging & Reverse Engineering” by Derek Selander. In our Advanced Apple Debugging and Reverse Engineering book, you'll explore code with LLDB, Python, and DTrace to discover more about any program than you ever thought possible.
In Advanced Apple Debugging and Reverse Engineering, you'll come to realize debugging is an enjoyable process to help you better understand software. Not only will you learn to find bugs faster, but you’ll also learn how other developers have solved problems similar to yours.
You'll also learn how to create custom, powerful debugging scripts that will help you quickly find the secrets behind any bit of code that piques your interest.
After reading this book, you'll have the tools and knowledge to answer even the most obscure question about your code — or someone else’s.
This book is for intermediate-to-advanced iOS/macOS developers who are already familiar with either Swift or Objective-C and want to take their debugging skills to the next level.
Join us starting Tuesday November 6th at 8pm and every Tuesday thereafter.
To prepare for the first session:
1) Create a Ray Wenderlich account.
2) Show up on on GoToMeeting at 8PM
Book Club will be every Tuesday at 8PM.
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Discussions between sessions occur on the Book Club Slack channel. Get access via:
• If you have questions, contact me on Slack (@matthewtoto) or via e-mail at [masked].