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For most of us, programming (or more generally – software development) is all the life is about.

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All Not so Profound Truths about Programming, page 1:

C++: “model of the hardware” vs “model of the compiler”

Quote: “we MUST NOT care about compiler internals beyond our task definition (which is based on (a) humans, and (b) hardware, that’s it).”
Another Quote: “My problem with introducing a ‘model of the compiler’ into the picture, is that it can be used to justify pretty much anything without any relation to real-world requirements.”
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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.”
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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)”
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