This whole article is baffling.
Tom Ritchford

I think part of the strong culture of disdain for mediocrity in programming is that there’s a vast sea of not just mediocre, but *terrible* programmers out there, and anyone who’s had to maintain, improve, or debug their code hates them with a seething passion… But there’s a big difference between the mythical “rockstar programmer” and a competent career coder. The former is mostly myth (mostly), and I think most programmers would be happy and relieved to find themselves working with the latter.

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