Are you ready to explore the fascinating world of software bugs and the lessons we can learn from them?

Join me for a thought-provoking and entertaining presentation where I'll take you on a journey through some of the biggest and most impactful bugs in software history, including the example of an interplanetary probe launched by NASA that was lost due to a software bug. This will not only show the importance of attention to detail but also highlight the significance of proper testing and quality assurance. 

We all know that no piece of software is free of bugs and errors, but by learning from the mistakes of others, we can minimize the risk of introducing similar bugs in our own work. This talk is designed to evoke a sense of schadenfreude, allowing us to smile when we hear what happened to others while also taking away valuable lessons to improve our own craftsmanship. 

This presentation will provide practical advice and insights to help you improve your skills and avoid becoming the next "All Star" bug. So, join me for an entertaining and educational session that will leave you with a better understanding of software development and the tools to take your skills to the next level.