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Hello, I'm Sean - a developer enjoying life in beautiful Melbourne, Australia with my young family.
I'm also interested in functional programming languages and my goal for this year is to learn more about F#, Haskell, Scala & Clojure!
One day I'll start a proper blog, but in the meantime you can find me over on twitter.
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Is it reasonable to insist on reproducing every defect before diagnosing and fixing it?
Sounds like this issue might be "Higgs-Boson" style bug - i.e. there is proof that it exists (the exception log), but actually proving it (via a reproducible test case) is going to take considerable effort.