Those things you missed — all because you were too cocky to use a checklist
Jonathan Solórzano-Hamilton

Checklists do not preclude genius. They augment it. As a programmer for the last 50 years, I have used log books and sheets of plexiglass and postits to track detail, and I figure I can handle about 300 concurrent open details. Automated bug tracking is great, but cumbersome. I watch some execs drown is detail because they do not keep lists. Keep lists, spare your memory because you are going to need it.

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