Another interesting embedded systems blog. The sample chapter from her book was an entertaining read too. I got a little impatient with the explanations to the, evidently, inexperienced co-worker and I just wanted to get to the end of the chapter to see that I was right about the cause of the bug. The sloppy indentation was a little too much of a giveaway, if you ask me. I first thought that it was a perfect argument against coding standards, seeing as how that buggy line wouldn't have stood out so much if it had been following the standard, but then I realized that if there was no standard (as I've seen somewhere before), then all the lines look equally sloppy and the bad ones never stick out like that (because the buggy code is always formatted incorrectly :-)
Anyway, not your usual embedded systems reading material, in a very good way. I'm glad the Embedded Muse pointed it out.