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A very interesting video.
I disagree that a program should be born perfect as if it sprang from Zeus's forehead. Maybe it works that way for a genius like him, but the rest of us have to bash away at it for a while.
I mean, certainly we make outlines of what we want and how we expect to achieve those ends, but very often we encounter limitation or unexpected enhancements that we could not have conceived of before we started coding.
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