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In software development, it is very common to find bugs - when the software doesn't function as it was intended to function.

When we encounter bugs, we look for what caused the bugs and focus on both having an immediate patch to make the software behave as intended, while at the same time understand what the root cause was that lead to this bug in the first place and find a way to ensure that doesn't happen again.

When we reflect on our own actions and feelings, there are often times when we would have liked them to be different, or feel that they aren't what we would have liked them to be.

Rather than just focusing on the immediate patch, it helps us to understand what the actual cause of it is deep down, and to address that instead.

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