Annoyance-driven development

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"I practice annoyance driven development. I set my threshold of annoyance low such that everytime I feel frustrated by a technical limitation, I notice consciously. My intent is not to find technology endlessly frustrating (though that happens sometimes), but so that I can identify the next most important thing to fix."

-- chromatic, in "What You Test Changes How You Test"

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