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Programmer’s Mind

We programmers are weird creatures . We love writing code. But when it comes to reading it, we usually shy away. After all, writing code is so much more fun, and reading code is hard—sometimes almost impossible. Reading other people’s code is particularly hard. Not necessarily because other
people’s code is bad, but because they probably think and solve problems in a different way than you.


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Measure Twice, Cut Once:

“Measure twice, cut once” is highly relevant to the construction part of software
development, which can account for as much as 65 percent of the total project
costs. The worst software projects end up doing construction two or three times
or more. Doing the most expensive part of the project twice is as bad an idea in
software as it is in any other line of work.