Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
azangru

Googled for something, and found this tiny recent shitstorm on Twitter:
https://twitter.com/ppk/status/963850873003757569
(for more context, the sentiment originates here: https://twitter.com/sergiodxa/status/963653573895745538)

I don't really understand this feeling of protectiveness towards inexperienced developers that the mob demonstrates. Instead of shaming people for their lack of knowledge (and thus motivating them to get it), they prefer to shame those who express their disgust with the lack of knowledge. It must be a cultural thing. Or generational. And very strange to me.
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