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I have a deep, dark secret. January 31, 2008

Posted by J in Technology.

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1. Nathan S - January 31, 2008

I make myself sick when I say this… but I agree with you. There was a time in my life where errors were my worst enemy, mainly because it was more work and it was a very lazy time of my life. Now that I’ve grown professionally and expanded my knowledge of programming, I find errors to be a friend of mine. Not only that, but errors can come from so many different places, it really hones your skills when you find them and fix them and know next time how to avoid them all together. All-in-all, errors = OK in my book. And at every chance I get I will pwn the errors that halt my applications!

2. nathank - January 31, 2008

As demented as it sounds, I agree also. I wrote an internal app for our school, and when people call with problems I almost look forward to discovering what has happened.

Having said that, I do NOT like the fact that most critical errors seem to pop up around 5pm on Friday. These errors I do not like.

3. Nathan S - January 31, 2008

HAHAHA! Yes indeed. The 5pm errors are probably the one form of errors I do not like one bit.

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