Friday, 12 May 2017

The 12 Fundamental Laws Of Engineering You Must Know

On This Post Today, i would be talking about the 12 most simplest engineering laws all engineers must or should obey.

These laws are so simple and direct and wouldn't need a degree to be obeyed.

If You're An Engineering Student or an engineer reading this blog, below is a list of 12 Fundamental Laws Of Engineering you must know and obey in order to continue enjoying your profession without headaches...



12 Basic Laws Of Engineering

First Law: The correct order is: debug, then ship.
Second Law: If it isn't broken, don't fix it.
Third Law: If you fiddle with something long enough, it will break.
Fourth Law: It works better if you plug it in.
Fifth Law: If it's wedged, power-cycle it.
Sixth Law: A working example is worth a thousand manual pages.
Seventh Law: Failures occur where two parts join.
Eighth Law: Demos cause failures.
Ninth Law: Systems grow more complex with time.
Tenth Law: If it's too complex, rebuild it.
Eleventh Law: Small parts vanish when dropped.
Twelfth Law: Don't build from components what you can buy pre-packaged for less.

You can also share with your friends as this would help them know why you do certain things the way you do!

You Can alos study engineering laws in order to understand more

Source https://www.cs.hmc.edu/~fleck/laws.html

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