"If debugging is the process of removing software bugs, then programming must be the process of putting them in."
|--Edsger W. Dijkstra|
In the life of a professional coder, debugging and troubleshooting take up a significant amount of time. Even if you work on the most beautiful codebase ever written by man, there will still be bugs in it, that is guaranteed.
We spend an awful lot of time reading other people's code and, in my opinion, a good software developer is someone who keeps their attention high, even when they're reading code that is not reported to be wrong or buggy.
Being able to debug code efficiently and quickly is a skill that any coder needs to keep improving. Some think that because they have ...