Hell is other people.There are many hints sprinkled throughout the tips on how to rattle maintenance programmers though frustration and how to foil your boss’s attempts to stop you from writing unmaintainable code, or even how to foment an RWAR (Religious War) that involves everyone on the topic of how code should be formatted in the repository.
~ Jean-Paul Sartre (born:1905-06-21 died:1980-04-15 at age:74) Huis Clos, (No Exit) 1934
I advocate that super programmers who can juggle vastly more complex balls than average guys can, should be banned, by management, from dragging the average crowd into system complexity zones where the whole team will start to drown.Join a computer book of the month club. Select authors who appear to be too busy writing books to have had any time to actually write any code themselves. Browse the local bookstore for titles with lots of cloud diagrams in them and no coding examples. Skim these books to learn obscure pedantic words you can use to intimidate the whippersnappers that come after you. Your code should impress. If people can’t understand your vocabulary, they must assume that you are very intelligent and that your algorithms are very deep. Avoid any sort of homely analogies in your algorithm explanations.
~ Jan V.
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