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ElJimador
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Is it weird that I hold a high degree of respect for every sector in programming. When we talk about front-end, back-end in websites to the GUI support and logical end in desktop applications to cloud-based microservices, I respect clean, swift, and agile developers who who a structural mindset. For the founding fathers of assembly to high-programming languages like c all the way to high-high level programming languages like C#, JavaScript, Python, I respect them and thank them for their time and dedication in relatively stable libraries. I also thank the creators of OOP and FP as well as the developers that make great use of these paradigms. I come to realization that no one wants to fuck shit up; the great engineers of our past wanted to build some legit, non-trash programming tools, and we can't bash them for that. Respect, courteously critique, and build applications and programming tools to a standard that someone in the future would admire and be grateful for.

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  • 1
    Only if you can't name them and what they did.
  • 3
    I agree with everything you said.

    Except for Perl developers.
  • 1
    A beautiful reminder that we are standing on the shoulders of giants, and hard-earned ones at that. Thank you.
  • 1
    @reginsmol i have the most for those, damn near needs a cryptology degree to work with that lang man
  • 0
    > the great engineers of our past wanted to build some legit, non-trash programming tools, and we can't bash them for that.

    We don't need to do that. The OOP creator thinks OOP is being used the wrong way, making it nonsense. The GIT creator, Linus, describes the name as random three-letter combination, stupid, global information tracker or goddamn idiotic truckload of shit (it also means dumb in British English).

    That is, if you mean bashing the stuff someone made and not the person that, you know, created it. I don't hear anyone complaining about Guido van Rossum but rather that "Python isn't working."
  • 0
    Git man page.
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