When making applications, we strive for perfection but have to accept that bugs are a fact of life in the tech business. No code is ever going to be flawless and even the best code can become corrupted over time by changes and recalibrations. That’s why it is essential to go back and do the hard work looking for bugs and maintaining the code over time.
What would bring software developers satisfaction if there were no big challenges to take or significant goals to achieve? Imagine such coders who will take pleasure in performing only trivial and irrelevant tasks - ridiculous, right? As we all know, software developers are like superheroes with coding superpowers eager to challenge themselves with doing great things that can save the world - or at least make it a better place. But what about minor issues that are not so "epic"? Well, superheroes also take care of trivial missions like saving cats stuck in a tree, but does it make them great? In reference to all their significant achievements they may sound bleak, but still they matter a lot.