Cambridge, UK, 24 September 2014, Undo Software today announced that Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB) has purchased its UndoDB reversible debugging tool. ZIB is using UndoDB to debug C/C++ code for its Solving Constraint Integer Programs (SCIP) optimization framework and enterprise supply chain software research projects.
September 24, 2014: Zuse Institute Berlin reduces debugging time on enterprise software research projects with UndoDB, Computing News
High performance tool enables reversible debugging of advanced solver and supply chain management software
One of the world’s leading applied maths and computer science research institute’s has turned to Cambridge UK technology to keep their systems and networks bug-free.
I have a soft spot for reverse debugging ever since seeing one of the engineers at Virtutech type reverse single step and seeing code back up a single instruction and realizing that literally months of my career could have been saved if I had had the same capability.
UndoDB has released UndoDB Out-and-About. Described as a “new way of licensing” its reversible debugging software, this product is aimed at vendors whose software is deployed on: customer sites, in the field, on a customer machine, in real life.
Undo Software of Cambridge, the reversible debugging tool specialist and Gartner ‘Cool Vendor’, has adopted a new way of licensing its software which it calls UndoDB Out-and-About.
Software debugging is an increasingly large part of the development cycle that hasn’t received its fair share of attention. Various debugging techniques can help developers quickly find and eradicate bugs, including programmatic techniques, special case diagnostics analysis tools, and reversible debuggers.
Undo Software, the Cambridge UK debugging technology business, has been named as one of five ‘Cool Vendors in Application Development 2014’ in a global report by Gartner, Inc.
May 19, 2014: Undo Software selected as a Gartner Cool Vendor in application development 2014, Embedded Computing Design
Reversible debugging provider helps Linux and Android developers find bugs in minutes, rather than weeks.
The funding round was actually oversubscribed this time around. Investment came from existing backers within the Cambridge Angels group and new investors, including Jaan Tallinn, one of the original founders of Skype and Kazaa, and now co-founder of the University of Cambridge-based Centre for the Study of Existential Risk.
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