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The Need for Reviewing and the Best Programmers

Informal review procedures were passed on from person to person in the general culture of computing for many years before they were acknowledged in print. The need for reviewing was so obvious to the best programmers that they rarely mentioned it in print, while the worst programmers believed they were so good that their work did not need reviewing. Daniel Freedman and Gerald Weinberg

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