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Painful Java Puzzlers and Bug Patterns
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| by Bill Pugh Follow 0 Followers on May 01, 2012 |

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Bill Pugh dissects three Java puzzlers and bug patterns, explaining how to fix them, what is lessons to be learned, and how to avoid such coding mistakes.

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Bill Pugh is a professor at the University of Maryland, inventor of Skip Lists, lead on FindBugs, 6 time JavaOne Rock Star, one of the puzzling type-it brothers, and part time fire eater.

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