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comment How to be a zero-bug programmer?
@Gary Rowe, I understand those reactions, lol, I've ever been in a company there was a QA dept., employees there weekly checked all the codes produced in that week, to see whether every lines of code conforms to the 'rule' (I have no idea about whether they were using some tools like Findbugs/PMD), but it sounds a little bit like the step that you're in.
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comment How to be a zero-bug programmer?
Sometimes bugs are like hidden monsters living there, they hide during my repeatedly testing and self code review... but once I do peer-review, I found the monsters were unbelievable visible and jumped out to me suddenly. It's really weird. Depending only on human 'eye' and 'brain' seems impossible to touch the bug-free line. unit-test is not workable for all cases. Code analysis tools? sounds exciting, I've never used that, I will do research on that field.
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comment How to be a zero-bug programmer?
bug-free sounds impossible, i know, all we know that, even our clients understand there's no point that human could make bug-free software. but you're right, it can be reached very close. I think what my boss requires sounds a little bit far but actually is a reasonable self-critical that we (he himself is a developer over 15 years) need be full confident about all codes and deliveries. I think there's a way to make the delivery to end-users be a bug-free software/app (like FB, Twitter), so as a programmer, there could also has a way to reach that.
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