Most data scientists spend some amount of time coding in R, Python, SQL or other languages. Because these programming languages (unlike Perl) are not flexible, your code will always get syntax bugs, until someone improve these languages to the point that source code self-correct before executing. Algorithm bugs  - as opposed to syntax errors - are of course much more challenging. 

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The 6 stages:

  1. That can't happen
  2. That doesn't happen on my machine
  3. That shouldn't happen
  4. Why does that happen?
  5. Oh, I see
  6. How did that ever work?

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