The programmer’s gut feeling

Whenever you feel like an object isn’t really what the name says it is, or that it shouldn’t exist, or that it should exist but in a different shape, you are most likely right.

Stop and reconsider. Maybe what you find is that you don’t need that object. Or maybe what you’re trying to accomplish needs two, or more objects, or one that already exists.

That gut feeling telling you something isn’t what it should be is always right.

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