The Ruby on Rails and ClojureScript experts

May 9, 2012

Code should be simple. Code should be butt simple. Code should be so simple that there’s no way it can be misunderstood. Good code has no nooks. Good code has no crannies. Good code is a round room with no corners for bugs to hide in.

We all know this. So why does most code suck?

Because it’s written by people who don’t understand the problem they’re trying to solve.

Link: [Complication is What Happens When You Try to Solve a Problem You Don’t Understand SIGPWNED]1 via