The jury isn’t deliberating. Code isn't a fashion show. It works or it doesn’t. Kruger-Dunning teaches us that incompetent people are happy with their code and craftsman are frustrated. This means that being a malcontent is what success looks like.
In a general sense yes, or course, and I could be incorrect, but at least insofar as it pertains to getting more calls back for a first job I'm not sure too many hiring managers take much of a look.
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