Beemer (dr_tectonic) wrote,

One frustration with going back to a piece of code every year or so is looking at something that's awkwardly architected, seeing a better way to organize it, and then not knowing whether it's weird because you were being dumb when you did it, or because there was a good reason that you've forgotten about. (Or whether it's somebody else's dumbness, and you've just had no opportunity to fix it yet.)
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