The Twitter Seminar On The Development Of Error Free Software Continues


Suppose we had a software tool that produced source code exclusively from a set of macros? Would it be restrictive?

A computing language is often considered the pallet where the programmer expressive his creative juices.

Restricting the programming effort to a minimal set of macros would take all of the fun out of the project.

In addition, a highly skilled programmer can be trusted to do the job correctly without these constraints.

Would you believe it I told you that all programmers, even the great ones, make errors.

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