Check out these audience moments from WWDC 2013: http://youtube.com/watch?v=PC9y79cAICE At Apple's WWDC (Worldwide Developers Conference) in June 2003, Steve Jobs introduced their own Mac app development tools called Xcode. While talking about bug fix turnaround times, one developer makes a smart-ass, but hilarious suggestion to Steve about the whole process. I increased the volume myself so that you can hear more clearly what he says. For those who don't have any idea what debugging is, as far as I am aware, debugging is probably the most painful and tedious process of writing software. All software is based on code written by developers that instructs a computer what to do. Quite often, not 100% the code is perfect and these errors are called "bugs". So when developers try and get rid of these mistakes, they are "debugging" their software. Because the majority of the code is written/generated by the developer, no amount of assistance from the developer tools that Steve was describing would help them!