The bumpers allow you to just focus on hitting the pins and not worrying about landing in the gutter.
This is mistake proofing at its finest.
When you aren’t worried about rolling a ball in the gutter you can focus on throwing a strike.
It puts your mind at ease knowing you are going to hit some pins.
Programming part of a process is like working with bumpers.
It narrows the variability of a process with constraints that force a more consistent result.
Essentially it leaves little too no room for mistakes.
Allowing you to work faster knowing that you can’t make a mistake.
When you don’t have to worry about making a mistake you can focus on getting better.