You've done it! You've completed the Library Project and met with acclaim from users and fellow programmers alike. And you've also accomplished something that few thought was possible: You slogged through all 25 chapters of this book. You're probably anxious to get on with your life as a highly-paid software consultant, working just six months per year as the programmer who other programmers call when systems fail. Well, I won't keep you too long. But there are a few more issues to discuss concerning the Library Project and programming in general.