12. Errors and exceptions

💡 The key to good error and exception-handling is to make the implicit explicit, and to fail fast, letting clients know when they've gone astray — as soon as possible.

Imagine a world where you could open a severely rattled bottle of Pepsi with brazen confidence — and to do so without hesitation or to consider the possibility that it might end up drenching you.

I'm asking you to imagine a world where nothing ever went wrong; where you only ever had to consider the happy path…

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