Generally, it is easier to make a mistake in program code than not to.

This may or may not sound intuitive, but I think there is a semi-formal proof for it. And some interesting corollaries in the same spirit, too.

So why are mistakes harder to fix than to make in the first place, specifically in software engineering?

Let’s try to look at it…

Hovik Melikyan

Entrepreneur, software engineer, tinkerer, hobbyist musician

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