|Freebsd Murphys Law: 811 of 833|
Real programmers don't write in PL/1. PL/1 is for
programmers who can't decide whether to write in
COBOL or Fortran.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 812 of 833|
Real programmers don't play tennis or any other sport
that requires you to change clothes. Mountain climbing is
O.K., and real programmers wear their climbing boots to work
in case a mountain should suddenly spring up in the middle
of the machine room.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 813 of 833|
Real programmers don't write in Pascal, Bliss, or Ada, or
any of those pinko computer science languages. Strong
typing is for people with weak memories.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 814 of 833|
On a clear disk, you can seek forever.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 815 of 833|
Hollerith got us into this hole mess!
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 816 of 833|
No major project is ever installed on time, within budgets,
with the same staff that started it. Yours will not be the
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 817 of 833|
When things are going well, something will go wrong.
When things just can't get any worse, they will.
When things appear to be going better you have overlooked
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 818 of 833|
If project content is allowed to change freely, the rate of
change will exceed the rate of progress.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 819 of 833|
No system is ever completely debugged: Attempts to debug
a system will inevitably introduce new bugs that are even
harder to find.
|Freebsd Murphys Law: 820 of 833|
A carelessly planned project will take three times
longer than expected; a carefully planned project will
take only twice as long.