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re: People should respect you. It's your right to push back against disrespectful interactions. If it's waved away with "oh, [person] is just like that...

I could not agree more with point 5. Those books are a relic and most of the stuff in there has nothing to do with how software is actually built in the world (thankfully).


Would you care to post a sample of your code? I assume it is miserable. Because your attitude is very odd

I have programmed in a bunch of professional contexts and never had a complaint. All without that miserable character.

Which 'stuff' in those books do you disagree with? Is it the well structured code with sensible class, function and variable names and decent sized functioned, or the good OO practice and patterns or the properly tested code?

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