If my estimates were static there would be days that I worked 24 hours. Sometimes I think that each and everything that I actually do an estimate for ends up taking about 5 minutes but my brain needs 2 hours of rest between features and sometimes you need to play debugger for a while to rest and think.
Rounding error or “When the whole is more than the sum of its parts.”
Rundungsfehler oder “Wenn das Ganze mehr ist als die Summe seiner Teile.”
Bei uns in der Kantine gibts belegte Broetchen in allen Varianten zu kaufen. Auf Anfrage einiger Mitarbeiter seit einer ganzen Weile auch Broetchen ohne Butter. Was ich auch wirklich cool finde. Ich mag keine Butter und ueberfluessiges Fett muss nicht sein. Dafuer haben sich die “Beleger” dann wohl gedacht machen sie extra-viel Wurst drauf als Ausgleich.
I wouldn’t need a debugger (or testing) if I could read my code.
If my display had a larger resolution I might have a bigger editor panel and I might have seen the method contained more code and I might just have seen the error of my ways.
Debugging your way through an xml tree is stupid anyway.
The best thing about bugs is all the funny stuff that happens elsewhere.
Spiegel macht derzeit Werbung fuer iTunes. Irgendwie ist es mir aber erst beim dritten hinsehen aufgefallen. Komisch oder?
Im uebrigen waere es schon cool wenn iTunes auch Musik haette die ich mag.
First: don’t expect to see log output when you didn’t configure logging for a package.
Second: I really hate when a bug vanishes and I don’t know what finally fixed it. How can I now be sure that I will not change that part again accidentally? Now don’t tell me that would not have happened if I had tested each change more thoroughly. Just don’t. I think it was the timestamp issue which I believed worked but didn’t no most probably it was the heartbeat seconds timestamp thing I forgot to multiply with 1000 at one point or whatever else. I really don’t know. But it was probably the heartbeat thing. Anyway I now have colorful pictures, now they must be made to look good. Which is not the fun you might think.
*edit* by now I am calling this the “Factor-1000” or “Kilo” bug 😉
On the World of Warcraft Community Site the news was posted that the beta signup phase for the European test will soon start:
Blizzard Entertainment today announced July 5th as the date players in Europe can start signing up for the European Closed Beta Test of its eagerly awaited MMORPG, World of Warcraft.