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Re: [XP] Re: Programming by accident considered harmful

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  • yet another bill smith
    ... Ah, you mean 44, Don t program by coincidence. Not to mention 30, You can t write perfect softwarem, and 32, Crash early. I buy a lot of computer books,
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      "J. B. Rainsberger" wrote:
      >
      > > From: yet another bill smith <bigbill.smith@...>
      > > Subject: Re: Programming by accident considered harmful
      > >
      > > 1. My thanks to J B for putting into clear words some thoughts that had
      > > been rattling around between my ears for some time. I love the
      > > phrase 'Programming by Accident' and will shameless borrow the
      > > phrase as needed, with a cut of my take to J B =-]
      >
      > I will dutifully forward 98% of that to Dave Thomas and Andrew Hunt. If you
      > haven't read "The Pragmatic Programmer", then go read it right now.
      >
      > Go.
      >
      Ah, you mean 44, Don't program by coincidence. Not to mention 30, You
      can't write perfect softwarem, and 32, Crash early. I buy a lot of
      computer books, but few of them have I just sat down and read all the
      way through. This was one of them.
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