This is a lengthy but relentlessly fascinating story about the Boeing software (MCAS) whose recent malfunction killed hundreds of people. Not just worth a read, but probably worth multiple re-reads, too. I'll be thinking about this for a long time.
"The people who wrote the code for the original MCAS system were obviously terribly far out of their league and did not know it. How can they implement a software fix, much less give us any comfort that the rest of the flight management software is reliable?"
This is the money quote.
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