In this way “code” is no different than wood, aluminum, or leather.
I think this argument is always framed in the least interesting way possible and I think you’ve…
Tony Santos

I think code is actually a lot different than aluminum, wood, or leather. Users interact with the latter, they don’t with the former. This is one place where the argument that software designers should code falls down for me.

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