Correctness is clearly the prime quality. If a system does not do what it is supposed to do, then everything else about it matters little.
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I came to your site via a Unix search site...and man I love your site. As 'MIT Masters Student' said above, don't let having a Masters be your dream..it can be a goal..but not a dream.. U are much much better that most MSc / Ph.D graduates I know. I have a B.Sc in Physics like you (obtained in 1985 and it wasn't for fun :)) and a Masters in IS from University of London and I think I know a little of the real world out there. You a gem and don't loose that fact.
Keep up the good work...BTW I work for a competitor to Goggle and I am happy you are not working for them.. may be we'll be able to pick your brains.
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