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Is it possible to write bug-free software?

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RAM is not perfect. Hard drives are not perfect. None of the components within a machine are designed to be perfect--they're designed to be "good enough". Even a perfect program will eventually fail due to a hiccup by the machine. There's nothing you can do to stop it. read more

Writing bug-free software is theoretically possible. However, almost all software projects are continuously evolving and growing. Given this rapid rate of change, it is difficult to take the time required to create something that is completely bug-free. read more

Mathematically it MIGHT be possible to write 'bugless' software of such complexity, depending on how you define 'bug'. Proving it MIGHT also be mathematically possible, by designing a test system that would exercise every line of code in every possible way - every possible use case. read more

By Dave Cunningham, CEO of Flint Hills Group I’ve been a software developer and manager for over 30 years and run Flint Hills Group as their CEO. read more

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