Tales from the Cube: Debugging with a Laser
from the Cube is an occasional feature published by EDN. It is
akin to Sherlock Ohms in that readers submit the stories. PETA members
with a religious level of fervor might want to avoid reading this one
Debugging with a Laser. I'm not ashamed to admit that given
the same opportunity, I might have done the same sort of thing. Here
is an especially good line from the story: "An office joke was that
'L.A.S.E.R.' stood for Latest Angle to Secure Expensive Resources."
Posted May 2013
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