Myths Open Source Developers Tell Ourselves
Subject:   Misleading
Date:   2003-12-12 12:11:20
From:   anonymous2
Response to: Misleading

I totally agree. This article is a hoax. Also, check the following comment by the author: "The best way to write good software is not to write bugs in the first place."
Why, thank you so much, Captain Obvious!
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  • Misleading
    2003-12-13 11:39:59  anonymous2 [View]

    You skills are the hoax in this discussion. Most bugs are purely the result of poor logical thinking applied to the problem at hand. Given that you can't read without interjecting your own thoughts onto the author I'd say your code is FULL of logical problems (ie BUGS).
  • Misleading
    2003-12-12 15:09:45  adrianh [View]

    I only wish it was obvious.

    I've lost count of the projects that I've worked on that invest a lot more time tracking and removing bugs than they do in instigating processes like good unit and customer tests that would have prevented those bugs propagating in the first place.