If You Need Lifeboats, That Means Your Ship is Sinking

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It’s 1912 and Captain Edward Smith is boarding the RMS Titanic. He sees the lifeboats on deck and shakes his head with a heavy sigh before turning to the crew. “In my experience, I’ve never needed lifeboats. They’re not best practices — if you need lifeboats, that means your ship is sinking!” The crew members are enlightened and eagerly throw all lifeboats overboard. The Titanic begins its voyage to New York.

Why Defensive Coding Matters - A War Story

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