it is, the way cool Debugging Rules poster. Download it, print
it on your color printer, and hang it on your office or lab wall where
you can see it as you look up to pull your hair out.
Remember, you may only download this file
for your own use. If others want copies, send them to this site.
You are not allowed to use portions of the poster design -- you have
to use it all or nothing.
If you agree, right click the following link and select "Save
target to disk" or whatever the equivalent command is for your browser.
The poster is a 540 Kbyte JPG - this gives you very good quality
on a home color printer. (There's a bigger, super-high quality, but
slow downloading version below.)
a thumbnail of it, so you can see what you're getting for your hard-earned
mon... oh wait, it's free, forget that. Here's a thumbnail:
The poster is formatted at 11" x 17", which is a really nice size for
a poster but not too typical for home color printers. So when
you print it, just tell your JPG viewer to "shrink to fit" and center
the poster. It will shrink the poster by 30% and leave wide margins
on the left and right, but the rules are still easily readable, even
with bloodshot eyes through streams of tears.
For the perfectionists, the following is the super high quality version.
The file size is 8 Mbytes, which takes a long time to download and
probably bogs down the web server. Use it only if you have a fast connection
and want to print it on 11" x 17" paper, or if you're really picky about
Details: The poster is a PDF file, so to look at or print it
at home you'll need Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't already
have that, you can download it here:
You can write the PDF to a CD and carry it to (or even send it via
the web to) your local Kinko's. They can print a really nice 11
x17 poster on glossy heavy stock for about 3 bucks. The critter
details are worth the money.
© 2002 by David J. Agans
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You have permission to download, print, and otherwise
distribute the Debugging Rules poster, providing you use it in
its entirety with no modifications whatsoever.