Programming methods that promote a better flow state, arguing that being “good” at programming is more about efficiently and rapidly handling many small issues than it is about elegantly resolving intricate issues.
The common belief that being “good” at programming involves solving complex problems elegantly is a lie. Instead, it’s about efficiently solving numerous small problems in a quick and clean manner. Flow state is crucial for this, allowing for the quick transition between domains. Many “good” programming practices, such as separating models and views, can add unnecessary complexity, reducing efficiency. Frameworks that rely on fewer files and a flat hierarchy are easier for new developers and experienced programmers alike. To recreate the simplicity of single-file development for Python and will discuss the bad practices they’ve embraced to streamline their development experience in upcoming blog posts.
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