This is why Antipatterns are so useful. I would say they're more useful than patterns. Everyone knows when they do something right. Figuring out when what you're doing "right" is actually wrong is much harder. (Of course, having the managerial will to fix it is nigh-unto-impossible, but we can still dream ...)

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Don't go borrowing trouble. For programmers, this means Worry only about what you need to implement.

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In reply to Re: Falling for the same trap - since 1942 by dragonchild
in thread Falling for the same trap since 1942 by Aristotle

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