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  1. Distibute a debugger that people will USE
  2. Easy for novices yet powerful for advanced users
  3. Fast
  4. Minimize Heisenberg effects
  5. Focus on most used features
  6. Easily extensible by JS programmers
  7. Built into browser
  8. Adaptable to non-browser embeddings of JavaScript

last update: John Bandhauer 16 November 1998