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Abend

Informal; to end a project or process prematurely. This term is used especially in computer-related projects. It is a portmanteau of "abnormal end."
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If this is indeed a software bug, then it wouldn't be a  huge problem.
In addition, the paper has hundreds of graphics illustrating everything from "The Hacker Ecosystem" to the "Morphing of a Software Bug into an Attack Tool.
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When an individual makes a support request, such as reporting a software bug or an issue with a product, their request is forwarded to the appropriate member of the customer support team.
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Glover's interest in building quality into software with technologies that lower software bug counts, reduce integration and testing times, and improve overall code stability led him to found Vanward Technologies in 2001, which was subsequently acquired by JNetDirect (http://www.
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