(A) first rule of programming #programming

๐Ÿ•œ๏ธŽ - 2008-03-21

It's Always Your Fault. In my experience it almost always is, but the thrill of proving that there is a fault in someone elses code should not be underestimated - making a test case that fails and getting feedback is very fullfilling.

Only problem is when you can't create that test case, because - it turns out - the error really is in your own code. But at least you have then found it.

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