It’s vital to look back and learn from mistakes

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It’s vital to look back and learn from mistakes

One of the great things about mistakes is learning from them. Indeed, it can be argued that many of the greatest advances have come from mistakes. Of course, it's best to learn from the mistakes of others.

For example, during World War 2, the allies were fortunate enough to find a German radio operator committing the cardinal sin of stream ciphers, reusing the same keystream for two different messages. This led to the successful breaking of the so-called Tunny traffic, and also to the ...

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