To most rational people it's less a question of whether mistakes continue to happen (they will; it's inevitable - especially when not-exactly-reasonable deadlines are being applied), but whether the same mistakes continue to happen.
Of course, what's really fun is when you do something right and it exposes a mistake - usually made by someone else - that's laid dormant for a long period of time. Then you have the joy of proving that, not only did you not make the mistake but that your choices exposed a prior, latent flaw. Good times.
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