If you were to ask me to make you an avocado and sun-dried tomato sandwich, and I retreated into my kitchen, returning a few minutes later with something wrapped in tinfoil, you’d evaluate the contents of the tinfoil based on three different sorts of criteria : First, you’d be interested in whether what I provided was indeed a sandwich as requested. If it transpired that I’d actually handed you a bacon butty, or an omelette, or a paperback romance novel, you might be at best slightly disappointed. Second, you’d be interested in the quality of the sandwich. Is the avocado ...
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Patrick Gleeson, Working with Coders, 10.1007/978-1-4842-2701-5_5
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