If they can convince you that it's not a bad thing, then it's not a bug, it's a feature.
That is... sadly accurate a lot of time.
Yes, newer is not always better. Hence websites like oldversion.com
"The programmers are creating only new bugs" is also correct.
No. That would be המתכנתים יוצרים רק באגים חדשים
you can change the position of the words a little
Ha-metachnetim rak yotzrim bag'im chadashim.
הַמְּתַכְנְתִים רַק יוֹצְרִים בָּאגִים חֲדָשִׁים
Developers = מתכנתים aswell
Technically programmers are מתכנתים and developers are מפתחים.
What is the difference between a programmer and a developer? I use the terms interchangeably
A developer is definitely a programmer, but not all programmers are developers. The developer is the one creating the program for the first time, but then it takes any other programmer to be able to fix the bugs and keep the program running smoothly
Miftakhím? Pronounced exactly as the word keys??
Keys are maftekhot. (Singular = mafte'akh)
המְפַתְחִים מְפַתחים מַפְתְחוֹת מְפוּתָחים
המְפתחים מפתחים מפתחות מפותחים
Who had proposed this sentence?
I think "the programmers are just creating new books" sounds better
Why my option "the programmers only creates new bugs" isn't correct?
In your sentence, programmers is plural but creates is singular.
They have to both be plural or both be singular.
Truest words in this whole language course!