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Prefer Laziness

Prefer Laziness
There's a quote, often attributed to Bill Gates, which states: "I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it."

Roughly ten years ago I was about to embark on a new software development project and, as is customary, I was looking at the task of writing all the boilerplate code — you know — logging, authentication, authorization, connectivity — all over again, from scratch. This is a repetitive and arduous task, one that I had repeated tens of times before. Sitting on my cubicle, with a sigh of exasperation, I asked partly aloud, "Do I really have to do this again?" That's when a colleague of mine responded with a life-changing "No, you don't."

Originating from pure selfish laziness, and recognizing this common struggle we developed LeBLANC, to alleviate the burden of boilerplate coding and other repetitive tasks encountered in every line-of-business software project. LeBLANC, through its clever design, automates the generation of this foundational code. Just like that, countless hours were freed up for more critical tasks, like focusing on the unique aspects of our project: Things that require - and deserve - the human touch. Rest is pretty much automated.

In an industry as fast-paced as ours, time is not only money but also innovation. Working hard is a given, but working smart? That's the real game-changer. With tools like LeBLANC, we can focus on the truly creative, transformative elements of our work.

The lazy person isn't one to avoid work, but rather seeks more efficient ways to achieve results. They embody the innovative, streamlined mindset that LeBLANC brings to software development.