Typographical errors (or ‘typo’ in short) are very common since the invention of printing press. It started with people inverting block letters in movable type. Still today, we can find plenty of them in books, newspapers or any other visual media, but also on the Internet. In classic(old) medias, this
Ooops! I Made a Boo Boo!
Do you have a good backup? Read the following story. Having redundant disk systems (RAID), database replicas and high-availability servers is not enough! More than third of data lost is caused by human mistakes! A good backup procedure is mandatory, with off-site storage of course. Last advice: the procedure must
Error Handling: verbosity−−;
Developers need to implement good error handling procedures in their code. There is nothing more annoying that something like “error 0x4e45ff“. On the other side, reporting too much details to the end user can lead to security threads! Use Google and search for “mysql error and look the cached pages.