Tejus Parikh

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Compiler Errors - A forgotten scourge of early developers

Posted on August 15, 2017

Compiler errors weren't always trivial to resolve. Error handling has gotten much better.

Compiler errors weren't always trivial to resolve. Error handling has gotten much better.

I know the following statement suggests that I've become a cranky Gray Beard, but it's pretty amazing how easy software engineers have it these days. Forget how easy instructional materials are to find compared to scouring library and bookstore shelves. Software engineers today benefit from full production mirrors in the cloud, forging long compile cycles, a giant library of open-source software, just to name a few.

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