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NASA Space

The Last Stop For Space Station-Bound Software 39

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the debugging-is-a-little-harder dept.
Normally I avoid slide show type articles, but this one is actually pretty interesting. It starts "This NASA lab contains a recreation of the computer systems found onboard the International Space Station. It is the place where the final bug testing takes place before software is uploaded to the station and where software engineers recreate bugs that occur onboard the station in an attempt to help fix them."
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The Last Stop For Space Station-Bound Software

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