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Subject: The GNU Programmer's Primer 


On Monday, July 9, 2018, 06:10, Geoffrey Barnes wrote:

Hey Randall,

I recently checked out your best selling Udemy course about creating Makefiles, Applications, and Libraries using the GNU Tool Set that teaches using GNU's `dbg` and `xxgdb` tools to perform stack-based debugging and I find it a great tutorial. Course link here.

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