Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author B.V. LARSON

Ten of My Favourite B.V. Larson Quotes 

Quotes, who doesn’t love a good quote? This series of articles article we look at Top 10 Famous Quotes by Author B.V. Larson, author quotes are always a challenge and fun to pick, with B.V. Larson you will find my ten favourites of B.V. Larson’s quotes. 

Popular Quotes

“I wondered whose job it was to blow sunshine into my ears.”
― B.V. Larson,  Extinction

 “The fans are on, let’s see which way the shit blows.”
― B.V. Larson,  Conquest

“What programmer didn’t live with a deadline over his head?”
― B.V. Larson, Battle Station

 “you don’t win wars by dying for your country. You win by making the other poor bastard die for his country.”
― B.V. Larson, Earth Fleet

 “I’d learned over time that engineers preferred a straightforward question with a quantifiable answer. Open-ended designing, on the other hand, was the realm of programmers.”
― B.V. Larson,  The Dead Sun

“People who can convince themselves their crap is reality are very persuasive.”
― B.V. Larson, Machine World

“Quantity has a quality all its own.”
― B.V. Larson, Outcast

“Alliances are always forged in the fires of necessity, rather than poured from the sweet wine of love.”
― B.V. Larson,  Swarm

“Never apologize for struggling with an enemy who attacks you,” she said, almost as if she was quoting a proverb. “That is the path to slavery.”
― B.V. Larson, Dust World

“This woman suspected everyone of skullduggery just because she was so good at it herself.”
― B.V. Larson, Machine World

10 Famous Quotes by Author B.V. Larson

So there you have it my ten favourite quotes by B.V. Larson, please comment below and share your favourite quotes by the fantastic author B.V. Larson.  Furthermore, if you find any Authors not covered for there, top 10 quotes let me know and I will review their works and find some of their best quotes as has been done here for B.V. Larson. 

One Final Bonus – Longer – B.V. Larson Quote 

“Programming was very different from mathematics, as it was far more creative. In math, there was one right answer, and you worked at a problem until you got to that answer. In programming, there were an infinite number of answers that could be considered correct, just as there might be when writing a book. But the results of programming, unlike a written story, were tangible. Your program had to actually do something.”
― B.V. Larson,  Rebellion

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