I shall keep it short...at a certain level of complexity, frameworks become very valuable. Having a common system of ideas to express ideas with your team that lets you avoid thinking about smaller details is a miracle once a project reaches a certain size. It's kind of like micro-optimizations...if I am sitting at my keyboard worrying about how many CPU cycles a method will consume with absolutely no context or profiling data indicating that I have a problem, I have gone down a rabbit hole and I need to come up for air.
And then there's maintenance...I can write some pretty clever and efficient code, but turns out some of my coworkers disagree about that statement ¯_(ツ)_/¯
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