Unix Philosophy is very similar to Functional Programming philosophy. They overlap in many ways e.g. small programs vs small functions, do one thing vs pure (no side-effect) functions etc. However sometimes overall productivity both short and long term as well as efficiency is better if we not primitively and blindingly follow the utopic idea (Unix-way or FP). Example: vim follows Unix-philosophy and VSCode (or WebStorm etc.) breaks it. The former while it is a cool concept, generally is inefficient because it has a very, very steep learning curve. Regarding FP: Haskell and friends are generally less efficient than JS because you have to become a f***ing (sorry, I lack vocabulary to express myself) mathematician to start gain something from it.
While I generally love the Unix (and FP) Philosophy, it should be taken with a grain of salt (i.e. applied to appropriate problems e.g. low-level programs), just like any idea.
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