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If debugging is the process of removing bugs, then programming must be the process of putting them in.
Status: Active
Founded: February 26, 2015
Owner: 'Porygon
Leaders Odus
Past Leaders Roger WatersD3xusAnonNinja™'SnorlaxKillαMuvz๖ۣۜNex
Previous Iteration: Phoenix
Next Iteration: -
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Debug is a group that has very many talented coders in it.


Before the group had come to be known as Debug, it was previously named Phoenix. A user group owned and managed by the user Tibit. After a disagreement between Omniscient and Tibit, Tibit opted to have his account closed and his group, Phoenix, sold. The auction of Phoenix was managed by Omniscient and was sold strictly for BTC only, a crypto currency.

After the auction process had ended, the user 'Porygon was noted to be the winner of this auction with an outstanding bid of 31.5 BTC. It was after this auction that Debug came to be. It is, however, noted that while Debug does share some of it's history with Phoenix, if only in how it was bought, the it is an entirely different group, with different focuses and goals.

Debug was formally founded on February 26, 2015. Debug has noted that it's goal or one of, is to teach the members of Hack Forums how to program or become fluent enough in a programming language to endeavor their own path of choosing.

Current Status

Aspiring members wishing, hoping, or actively looking to join this group may find a recruitment thread here but are looking for the following in a member:

  • Ability to meet deadlines and be engaged in the work you are doing
  • Familiarity with your language's IDE or with multi-use coding editors (Notepad++, ActiveState)
  • Member for at least 1 year
  • No active scam reports
  • Post history in the subforum of the language for which you are applying