Murphy's Laws of Software Development

Murphy's First Law of Software Development: Every Software Engineer continues his state of chatting or forwarding  mails unless he is assigned work by manager.

Murphy's Second Law of Software Development: The rate of change in the software is directly proportional to the payment received from client and takes place at the quick rate as when deadline force is applied.

Murphy's Third Law of Software Development: Bugs can neither be created nor be removed from software by a developer. It can only be converted from one form to another. The total number of bugs in the software always remains constant.

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