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Do check anything at any time (it could have changed after your last check) that is not 100% under your command. And also: During developement even do not trust yourself! ;-)

Okokok ... "anything" is meant to be read as checking for such things which would cause an abnormal abort or anything which could make your application/system do things it should not do.

To be serious, the last part of the last sentence is essential because it points to the main issue:

If you want to build a stable system the main concern it not about what the system should do, but to let it be able to do such mandatory things, one needs to take care of what it should not do, even if it "clutters your code".

Do check anything at any time (it could have changed after your last check) that is not 100% under your command. And also: During developement even do not trust yourself! ;-)

Okokok ... "anything" is meant to be read as checking for such things which would cause an abnormal abort or anything which could make your application/system do things it should not do.

To be serious, the last part of the last sentence is essential because it points to the main issue:

If you want to build a stable system the main concern it not about what the system should do, but to let it be able to do such mandatory things one needs to take care of what it should not do, even if it "clutters your code".

Do check anything at any time (it could have changed after your last check) that is not 100% under your command. And also: During developement even do not trust yourself! ;-)

Okokok ... "anything" is meant to be read as checking for such things which would cause an abnormal abort or anything which could make your application/system do things it should not do.

To be serious, the last part of the last sentence is essential because it points to the main issue:

If you want to build a stable system the main concern it not about what the system should do, but to let it be able to do such mandatory things, one needs to take care of what it should not do, even if it "clutters your code".

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Do check anything at any time (it could have changed after your last check) that is not 100% under your command. And also: During developement even do not trust yourself! ;-)

Okokok ... "anything" is meant to be read as checking for such things which would cause an abnormal abort or anything which could make your application/system do things it should not do.

To be serious, the last part of the last sentence is essential because it points to the main issue:

If you want to build a stable system the main concern it not about what the system should do, but to let it be able to do such mandatory things one needs to take care of what it should not do, even if it clutters"clutters your codecode".

Do check anything at any time (it could have changed after your last check) that is not 100% under your command. And also: During developement even do not trust yourself! ;-)

Okokok ... "anything" is meant to be read as checking for such things which would cause an abnormal abort or anything which could make your application/system do things it should not do.

To be serious, the last part of the last sentence is essential because it points to the main issue:

If you want to build a stable system the main concern it not about what the system should do, but to let it be able to do such mandatory things one needs to take care of what it should not do, even if it clutters your code.

Do check anything at any time (it could have changed after your last check) that is not 100% under your command. And also: During developement even do not trust yourself! ;-)

Okokok ... "anything" is meant to be read as checking for such things which would cause an abnormal abort or anything which could make your application/system do things it should not do.

To be serious, the last part of the last sentence is essential because it points to the main issue:

If you want to build a stable system the main concern it not about what the system should do, but to let it be able to do such mandatory things one needs to take care of what it should not do, even if it "clutters your code".

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Do check anything at any time (it could have changed after your last check) that is not 100% under your command. And also: During developement even do not trust yourself! ;-)

Okokok ... "anything" is meant to be read as checking for such things which would cause an abnormal abort or anything which could make your application/system do things it should not do.

To be serious, the last part of the last sentence is essential because it points to the main issue:

If you want to build a stable system the main concern it not about what the system should do, but to let it be able to do such mandatory things one needs to take care of what it should not do, even if it clutters your code.

Do check anything at any time (it could have changed after your last check) that is not 100% under your command. And also: During developement even do not trust yourself! ;-)

Okokok ... "anything" is meant to be read as checking for such things which would cause an abnormal abort or anything which could make your application/system do things it should not do.

Do check anything at any time (it could have changed after your last check) that is not 100% under your command. And also: During developement even do not trust yourself! ;-)

Okokok ... "anything" is meant to be read as checking for such things which would cause an abnormal abort or anything which could make your application/system do things it should not do.

To be serious, the last part of the last sentence is essential because it points to the main issue:

If you want to build a stable system the main concern it not about what the system should do, but to let it be able to do such mandatory things one needs to take care of what it should not do, even if it clutters your code.

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