I think everyone sincerely does. Its just that many juniors (including me) should not have been allowed to commit for some time after they (I) were hired. Many of us (if not everyone) thought at some point that using syntatic sugar and ternary to make methods shorter is cool (like in hacker cool) - honest commitment to boyscout rule that results in a horrible codebase. I think in our industry we all thing of ourselves as unique artists with vision and dont like our code to be critisized. Of course this is only one of many problems in this disturbed industry )
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