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“No Bugs” Hare
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Species:H.A.R.E. (as "Honest And Restless Engineer")
Job Title:Sarcastic Architect
Hobbies:Thinking Aloud, Arguing with Managers, Annoying HRs,
Calling a Spade a Spade, Keeping Tongue in Cheek
'No Bugs' Bunny

Once upon a time, in a rabbit outsourcing warren of Bunnylore, there was a young software developer bunny. And as a developer, he has had one very unusual treat: he was obsessed with eliminating all the bugs he can get his forelegs on. So, it is not surprising that his friends called him a “No Bugs” Bunny (or simply “NoBugs”).

Later on, he grew up, so he decided that “Bunny” in his name has became inappropriate (not to mention potential arguments with Warner Brothers), so he has asked all his friends to call him “No Bugs” Hare. He has made a career as a team lead and software architect, and they lived happily ever after.

“No Bugs” Hare Opera Omnia, Vol.1:

Too Much Unit Testing Is Detrimental for Code Quality?

Quote: “Code quality tends to be Quite Bad(tm) when there is no unit testing at all, reaching maximum when there are 0 to 10% of the unit testing methods, and degrading afterwards.”
Another Quote: “It is quite easy to get past the optimum amount of unit testing for your project. And whenever your unit testing starts to affect your code in a negative way – you should stop”

Unchecked Exceptions for C++

Quote: “‘unchecked’ std::errors are treated as ‘something which should never ever happen, but in practice MAY occur as a result of potentially-recoverable bug'”
Another Quote: “Failing-Fast does NOT mean we should necessarily Fail-Hard(!). In certain (production!) cases, Failing-Fast-AND-Soft IS a substantially better alternative.”

App-level Developer on std::error Exceptions Proposal for C++. Part II. The Discussion.

Quote: “having an ability to associate extra information with std::error is important for us – both for our own std::error exceptions, and for conversion from existing C++ exceptions”
Another Quote: “I think that current C++ standard is Badly Lacking(tm) a concept of ‘segfault’ (which is supported by CPUs on VAST majority of modern systems with modern C++ compilers)”

App-level Developer on std::error Exceptions Proposal for C++. Part I. The Good

Quote: “No single error handling method is good enough for ALL the projects – which in turn leads to segmentation, with some of the projects using exceptions, and some others using error codes”
Another Quote: “Right above I said that I like the std::error exception proposal a.k.a.[P0709R0]. However, as soon as I look at competing proposals, I begin to love it.”