The Myth of Perfect Software


Programs do not acquire bugs as people acquire germs, by hanging around other buggy programs. Programmers must insert them... Harlan Mills Software breaks all the time: booting issues, corrupt software and files, crashes etc; nearly everyone has had a close shave or two with fragile software. Can programmers write 'perfect' fault-free software? I presume a trip to … Continue reading The Myth of Perfect Software

Beautiful Code 1 : 5 Symptoms of Software Rot


I used to wonder why people would refer to software development as an art; to me there was absolutely no correlation between programming and art. However, after hacking at software for years and writing all sorts of software: crappy ( I bet I'll would hide my face in shame if I see some of my old code), good and ugly, I believe it is an art.

I’m beginning to hate PHP?


While working on a new web application, I felt somewhat bored because I was going through my same old cycle all over again – there was nothing challenging or exciting to me. My first thoughts was that I was getting used to PHP but deeper thoughts proved me wrong. It boiled down to two options … Continue reading I’m beginning to hate PHP?