So much of programming looks like…

So much of programming looks like deciding between six of one and half-a-dozen of the other, but the reason it’s so hard is that a keen attention to detail almost always reveals it’s really 6.05 of one versus 0.498 of a dozen.

Sweating the small stuff is almost always rewarded in the long-term, even if either path would work in the short-term.

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