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GeneralSubjective matters: Code simplicity Pin
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After some bout of refactoring where I spent some time updating one of my old and trusty utility class to be yet even (significantly) more simple, elegant and functional... I started to idly wonder...

Did it happen to you that a coworker refactored some (large amount?) of your code, with the announced purpose to "make it more simple" (no new functionality, just improvement). Yet when you look at the result (honestly and deeply, not just a quick reaction and disgusted look) you find it way more convoluted, messy, broken, confusing, etc?

Just wondering! Laugh | :laugh:
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