Great Software is a byproduct

Last week I was on the shooting range learning how to shoot clay pigeons with the shotgun. When our trainers explained the process I was a bit irritated at first. They explained us how to raise the weapon to get into firing position, what to do with our eyes and how to move the weapon for a moving target. But they didn’t talk much about the hitting itself, they just gave us feedback about the technique and if we shot too low or too high.
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Bugtrackers - a special kind of hell

Recently my priorities shifted from work for money to more leisure time, hobbies and contributing to causes important to me. As I am still developing software during work, I didn’t want to write code during my free time, too. Instead I thought it would be a good idea to contribute to open source by cleaning up bugtrackers, triaging bugs and discussing solutions. So I looked around and found some bugtrackers for software I use.
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