I keep having these moments, where I spend 30 minutes on writing a question for Stackoverflow and halfway suddenly see the solution appear before my minds eye.

Too many devs whine about "stackoverflow powertripping mods", but it is because of the enforceed quality thresholds, that I am forced to really boil down a problem, think it through, understand big picture & details.

Which often is all you need to solve a programming problem.

@ton Indeed. But only when you (are forced to) think from the perspective of a reader.

Because "writing on social media", CAPS LOCK on, ranting about foreigners, conspiracies, traditions and racism has little to do with "thinking" 😅 examples on

@berkes I've found it helpful - but I wish more example code was on there so I could abstract a solution from a good syntax example.

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