Common sentences used by all programmers….

Most answers are variants of:

  • This is hacky, but I’ll fix it soon.
  • This task will be easy.
  • I’m almost done/ Yes, it’s done. I am just giving it a finishing touch.
  • If there’s a bug, it can’t possibly be in my code.
  • I’ll add the Unit Test case in the next release.
  • I’ll comment and document my code later.
  • It’s not a bug, it’s a feature.
  • I will finish it by evening it’s almost done.
  • Works on my machine
  • It’s 90% done

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Try to get logical with a question ‘Why’ , don’t be a Copycat…

There is a clunky word that describes this phenomenon: filiopietism, or the reverence of forebears or tradition carried to excess.When we do something don’t accept things at face value ,think simple but think logical.Apple used to fall for ages but never anyone asked why because we take things at face value,and when Newton asked we got Gravitation concept, there are innumerable example in history like this.Below is the example with an experiment that was performed by sociologists.

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Classic story of bar tender believing in God….

In a small town in America, a person decided to open up his bar
business, which was right opposite to a church. The church & its
congregation started a campaign to block the bar from opening with
petitions and prayed daily against his business.

Work progressed. However, when it was almost complete and was about to
open a few days later, a strong lightning struck the bar and it was
burnt to the ground. The church folk were rather smug in their outlook
after that, till The bar owner sued the church authorities for
$2million on the grounds that the church through its congregation &
prayers was ultimately responsible For the demise of his bar shop,
either through direct or indirect actions or means.
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