That Tendency To Err That Programmers Have Been Noticed To Share With Other Human Beings Has Often Been Treated As If It Were An Awkwardness Attendant Upon Programming's Adolescence

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That tendency to err that programmers have been noticed to share
with other human beings has often been treated as if it were an awkwardness
attendant upon programming's adolescence, which like acne would disappear
with the craft's coming of age. It has proved otherwise.
-- Mark Halpren