Hadrien Milano


“Robustness by design”


Good code does not crash; It excludes all unwanted system states, and thereby removes all undefined behavior.
Good code does not rot; It is constantly re-written and refactored to adapt to the changing constraints or needs.
Good code does not break; System interfaces implement a specification which is checked at the boundaries.


Robust software does not emerge out of chaos; It is robust by design.

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