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"The beginning of wisdom for a programmer is to recognize the difference between getting his program to work and getting it right. A program which does not work is undoubtedly wrong; but a program which does work is not necessarily right. It may still be wrong because it is hard to understand; or because it is hard to maintain as the problem requirements change; or because its structure is different from the structure of the problem; or because we cannot be sure that it does indeed work"
- Michael A. Jackson - Principles of Program Design", Academic Press, 1975

"Always code as if the guy who ends up maintaining your code will be a violent psychopath who knows where you live."
- Rick Osborne
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