I can attest to the veracity of this quote from Douglas Adams, author of the famous trilogy The Hitch-Hiker’s Guide To The Galaxy (which ran to five books), the Dirk Gently mysteries, and several episodes of Doctor Who. I used to say the person who should do your software testing is the person who, when you’ve written the most foolproof code you can, will find a way to break it and possibly bring down the network and every computer on it. If they can’t break it, you’ve done a good job.
One-Liner Wednesday is hosted by Linda Hill, who has probably not had a chance to post her entry for today.
from The Sound of One Hand Typing