Software in Context with Zach Tellman

12.02.2019 - By CoRecursive - Software Engineering Interviews

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Adam talks to Author and Clojure advocate Zach Tellman about how great software is built.

"If we say something is over-engineered, what we mean is it's too complex or it's too robust or it handles a bunch of situations or scenarios that are not relevant to how we're using it. It's okay for us to create narrow things. It's okay for us to create powershells instead of bash sort of environments because that narrowness gives us the ability to go and do things we might not otherwise be able to do."

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