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Software engineering has this in common with having children: the labor before the birth is painful and difficult, but the labor after the birth is where you actually spend most of your effort.

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Brandon Sanderson
“The purpose of a storyteller is not to tell you how to think, but to give you questions to think upon. Too often, we forget that.”
Brandon Sanderson, The Way of Kings

Andy Weir
“The cost for my survival must have been hundreds of millions of dollars. All to save one dorky botanist. Why bother?
Well, okay. I know the answer to that. Part of it might be what I represent: progress, science, and the interplanetary future we've dreamed of for centuries. But really, they did it because every human being has a basic instinct to help each other out. It might not seem that way sometimes, but it's true.
If a hiker gets lost in the mountains, people will coordinate a search. If a train crashes, people will line up to give blood. If an earthquake levels a city, people all over the world will send emergency supplies. This is so fundamentally human that it's found in every culture without exception. Yes, there are assholes who just don't care, but they're massively outnumbered by the people who do.”
Andy Weir

Brandon Sanderson
“And so, does the destination matter? Or is it the path we take? I declare that no accomplishment has substance nearly as great as the road used to achieve it. We are not creatures of destinations. It is the journey that shapes us. Our callused feet, our backs strong from carrying the weight of our travels, our eyes open with the fresh delight of experiences lived.”
Brandon Sanderson, The Way of Kings

Brandon Sanderson
“I think something innate in us understands that seeking the good of society is usually best for the individual as well. Humankind is noble, when we give it the chance to be. That nobility is something that exists independent of any god’s decree.”
Brandon Sanderson, The Way of Kings

“This is all common knowledge but, as I very much doubt, the public at large are aware of what is the real and proper function of the Terrier, I shall make an attempt to give a picture of it. From the earliest times the Terrier was used to bolt Foxes, work to Badger and Otter and to kill vermin generally, and it was not until the latter half of the last century that the Show Bench came into being and artificial interest in the dog.…” (emphasis added). Sparrow’s lament is as true today as it was over 100 years ago; many terrier owners have no idea why their terriers behave as they do or the amount of work it can take to live with the typical terrier. The average dog owner has lost touch with the fact that, regardless of the lifestyles we now provide for them, our dogs are still, first and foremost, dogs.”
Dawn Antoniak-Mitchell, Terrier-Centric Dog Training: From Tenacious to Tremendous

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