The cursor blinks steadily as you stare at a line of code that seemingly serves no purpose. You’re trying to fix a bug that is clearly manifested in this code, but you’ve been down this road before. Deleting it seems innocuous, but what if this is the block that sends your Jenga tower of a program crashing down? Your frustration rises as you recall the number of times you’ve asked for time to refactor and improve this project, and now you’re caught between a rock and hard place. As the table you were working at flips over in your episodic rage, you contemplate your next job and what you’ll do differently.