Resume Writing with the Power Word Debugged
Debugged – to remove all issues in a process
also: debug, debugging, debugs
Debugged shows the candidate’s ability to:
- fix problems
- identify where something has gone wrong
- lay down a security system that detects issues
The difficult part of web site development is debugging the source code after the site layout has been established. Code will often route users to pages that aren’t complete or set up for test purposes only. By patching code remotely, it allows a developer to quickly make fixes without pulling the site down.
Conclusion: You can apply fixes on the go.
Programmers are always coming up with ways to creatively debug their programs. For example, some developers are now supplying their sites with code that will actively respond to cyber hacking. The site will reboot and erase any code that was injected and replace it with the original code.
Conclusion: You can always come up with original ways to increase security.
By constantly debugging your code, you minimize the time it will take to fix it in the future. If you allow too many inconsistencies to occur, over time they will create a heap of other issues.
Conclusion: Keeping source code tidy is important.
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