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debug.network: debug all the things

debug.network

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What is debug.network?

“debug.network” is a service for developers of mobile, smart TV and smart watch applications, allowing for remote testing and debugging of real devices within the community.

We have developed a unique technology, which enables mobile developers and testers to access and share real devices for remote debugging and testing purposes. The service is provided in a comfortable, safe and affordable way, on any device and in any environment that the members of community own.

Why did you build debug.network? What problem are you taking on?

One problem mobile developers regularly see is a situation where there is a crash or unwanted behavior from a user’s device, and you do not have access to it physically, or else you have the device but the problem only happens in a certain environment, and you cannot reproduce the failure. This may happen during the testing phase as well; you release the app to outsourced testing teams and get crashes and bad behaviors on different devices which you do not have. You need to reproduce the problem, but it does not occur in the available circumstances.

How is your product different from what is currently available?

Community based remote mobile device debugging tool

Tell us your founding story. Was there an “ah ha” moment?

“debug.network” is a service for developers of mobile, smart TV and smart watch applications, allowing for remote testing and debugging of real devices within the community.

We have developed a unique technology, which enables mobile developers and testers to access and share real devices for remote debugging and testing purposes. The service is provided in a comfortable, safe and affordable way, on any device and in any environment that the members of community own.

Tell us about your founding team and their backgrounds.

Guy Doron
Over 15 years of experience in R&D in web and mobile development including CTO roles at various start-ups. Guy is the owner of moblers (www.moblers.com). moblers supplies mobile application development for Android and IOS. Moblers’ customer list includes: 365Scores, UIA International check in, JIFITI, IKEA, Zappix, ORANGE and many more.

Tal Halperin
Tal brings with him over 10 years of experience in software development. Tal have a managing experience from his service in the intelligence of the Israeli Air Force, where he held the rank of Captain. Prior to joining debug.network, he worked in Elbit Systems and Comverse. Tal holds a B.Sc. in math and computer science from Ben-Gurion university.

Zvi Forgacs,
Zvi have over 15 years of experience in software development. Zvi was a technological director in several software companies. He was responsible for software research, design and technological research. Zvi holds a B.Sc. in physics from Ben-Gurion university.